Lansing, a slender young woman wearing a snappy silk blouse and shiny black
slacks, pushed the button and waited for the elevator on the twelfth floor of
her condo building. She took a step toward a small marble statuette and gazed
out the window at a few boats already docked early in the season at a private
Tales Out Of The Psych Office, a Young Adult Novel
“Next Tuesday at 3:30?”
“Sure,” Melissa said, biting the last bit of nail on her index finger.
Kathy handed her the small, white appointment card and opened the door. “Have a good week. And practice avoiding the ‘all or nothing’ negative thinking we’ve been discussing.”
“Yeah.” Melissa’s mouth twisted a little, and even tried to form a curve, but not anything close to what could be called a smile.
She walked past the waiting room and—froze—for just a split second, when she recognized a boy from her English class. Without turning her head, she quickened her step and left the office.
Tales From Home, Sequel to Tales Out Of School
Boston University promoted Lenny to full professor of Biochemistry and Sandy became Managing Officer of their skin regeneration company, partners with his cousin Cory, a physician. The business had grown into a lucrative venture, but a sticky—check that, horrendous—situation caused Lenny and Cory to threaten to withdraw their interest, both intellectual as well as financial.
Tales Out Of College, Prequel to Tales Out Of School
A tall, light-haired man—leaning against the shaft of a thick Doric column—was
fully engaged in observing a young woman speak. She was beautiful and
articulate, intelligent and passionate. He’d met her once before. On this day
she was standing on a table in the middle of the Student Union, protesting
Tales Out Of School, A Novel
Heat rose from concrete and asphalt pavements, and humidity much too
steamy for September, hung thick and heavy in the air. Sandra Scott stood in a
cavernous classroom behind a colossal oak desk—the teacher’s desk—amid stark
fluorescent lights, a wall of open windows, and the smell of dusty grammar
books on the shelves below. Stacks of a rebound literature anthology, green to
match the boards, towered on the sills. It was the first day of school at