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About Nancy LaRonda Johnson
Nancy LaRonda Johnson has written short stories, poetry and personal journals most of her life. She received her first writing award in elementary school for a psychological thriller short story. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and a law degree.
A probation officer by day, she strives during her off-hours to write interesting characters who make it through trying times. What thrills her most is writing books and stories that give eye-opening takes on controversial topics.
Her first book, the literary Christian suspense novel, Anticipation of the Penitent, about a serial killer and his mother, reached the finals in the San Francisco Writer’s Conference Indie Publishing Contest and was a Readers' Favorite Novel Contest winner. Salted With Fire, a book of short stories and poetry, is her second publication. She is working on several projects, including a continuing story to Anticipation of the Penitent and a dramatic novel, Chasing Shadows, of a broken man who leaves his wife and takes his daughter with him.
Visit her website at www.nancylarondajohnson.com.
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There is something to be said about a well-told story. Whether it is a flash fiction piece under 1000 words, micro fiction, which is even shorter, or a long, multi-layered story, it will take you somewhere you’ve likely never been. It can make you laugh, cry, afraid, wonder or feel compassion—not only about the world around us, but ourselves.
Sit back and delve into these tales broken down into the categories of Something Funny, Something Sad, Something Dark, Something Otherworldly and Something Noble, with a little something extra at the end.
I hope they will take you to a place of understanding, one that will inspire you to look at people with new regard…or at least inspire you to create your own story to be told in print.
With much gratitude, Something Told is presented from a love of writing—that strange calling which weighs so heavily on the soul yet brings much delight in its achievement.