J. Lacy Coughlan
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About J. Lacy Coughlan
A professional copywriter and communications specialist for over thirty years, J. Lacy stepped away from the corporate world to concentrate on her writing and fine art, and accompany her author / photographer husband, William Delorey, full-time in his travels.
Her factious memoir, "Crabshell," was an Amazon new novel award contest, quarter finalist. She recently released "Somewhere Between Land the Sea and Moonlight" and "The Oldies But Goodies Cookbook." Currently J. Lacy is working on a murder mystery manuscript.
When not traveling or writing, she returns to her easel. A series of paintings inspired by the Navajo legend of the horse and the cover image for the upcoming novel, "Medicine Wolf," are among her latest works.
To read excerpts from Ms. Coughlan’s books, or view her artwork, please visit her website: www.jlacycoughlan.com.
Titles By J. Lacy Coughlan
Become alarmingly reticent and withdrawn, she shelters within a narrow world of career and family, spiraling ever deeper into seclusion, spending endless hours alone, burrowed under a shell of creative endeavors. When Kaitlynn's solitary passions begin to consume her, family, friends and coworkers alike, become apprehensive that she has isolated herself far too long.
One capricious act, however, opens the door to an astonishing relationship, and emotions Kaitlynn thought forever lost. Her vacillation becomes even more complicated when the announcement of an office closure places her career tenure in jeopardy. Forced to change her life's direction, she hazards a decision that propels her onto a course she never dreamed existed.
"That wonderful, long-haired, amber eyed, half grown, half wild, hissing, spitting, yellow orb of teeth and claws that took us the better part of three hours to catch..."
Free to Good Home tells the captivating story of one very quirky feline and how she enriched a family's life with her fiercely independent spirit and unique personality for many unbelievably long years. Simply told, this memoir may make you laugh... or make you cry... but one fact is certain... It will touch your heart.
A definite must read for every cat owner.