It all started when I received a phone call from my daughter asking me, as she has in the past, if I was doing anything that night.
She was car shopping and wanted to know if I would go with her. The drive time to the dealer with traffic—over one hour and a half.
Pondering how crazy it was to shop for a car that was so far away on a weekday evening, I agreed, and we left.
Continue reading ➞ Left On The Side Of The Road — A Mother’s Story (Part 2 of The Night My Mother Went Missing)
I’ve been in the market for a car. I looked into Kia Souls, but they didn’t feel right. I knew I’d find the right car for me because it would just feel right.
It was midnight on a Saturday and I couldn’t sleep. For kicks, I Googled “used Nissan Juke for sale.”
And I found it. My dream car. It was perfect. It was white. It had all the tech (bluetooth, moonroof, push start). It looked brand new.
It was also in L.A. (1.5 hours away, no traffic). But I was willing to make the trek! Willing to take the chance!
All I needed to do was convince my mother to come with me. . . And I did.
Continue reading ➞ The Night My Mom Went Missing (Part 1)
“Sure to cause goose bumps all the way to the dramatic and surprising end.” – School Library Journal
Bliss is a chilling story of racism, murder, and an ugly desire for a power beyond what we can see.
Lauren Myracle has ingeniously intertwined these three gripping topics to being a teenage girl in the 1960s.
Continue reading ➞ “Bliss” – By Lauren Myracle