Bio: LARRY ARNOLD spent twelve years helping Texas survivors of rape and family violence. He was one of five rape crisis advocates chosen for the state committee that wrote the first Texas rape medical examination protocol. He worked for a childcare facility sheltering sixty abused children, and served as president of his county Child Services Board. Larry is a Texas hunter education master instructor, NRA instructor and Texas concealed handgun instructor. His lifetime hobby is amateur music, and over the last forty years he has sung in church choirs and community choruses in nine states and three international tours, and played roles in more than a dozen musicals. His writing experience includes three award-winning decades in fiction, journalism, and public relations.
Fourteen years after meeting at Camp Runnymede in the Texas Hill Country, three friends live and work in nearby Denim. Gabrielle is always early, Sandalin is always on time, and Merry is always late. In a way, that's all you need to know about them. Sandalin Pell's life is precise. Her music is very much in demand. She and her concert harp travel around central Texas, playing for weddings, churches, and fashion shows, and auditioning for orchestras. Only a flair for organization keeps Sandalin's... more info>>