A collection of short stores that will hold your interest from the first page, to the last page.
Find out about the Panther that roams Cohay Creek and even found its way into the author’s backyard, the old slave graveyard behind the house, cemetery trips to ferret out a ghost, and the trials and tribulations of putting on a pair of Spanx.
The author tells how she learned about her maternal grandmother’s murder from an elderly schoolteacher and recounts tales of growing up in the Mississippi delta, where she met and married her husband.
Sarah, the former owner, and President of SWG Consulting, Inc., was for many years a Software Consultant specializing in the implementation of Payroll and Human Resources Software for large clients. Retired, she now enjoys life on her front porch at the home designed and built by her husband on her family’s old home place in South Mississippi, near Sullivan’s Hollow and Cohay Creek.
Her hobbies include her family and friends, Freelance Writing (she wrote a column for the Taylorsville Post – titled “From the Front Porch”), and has a blog of the same name, her two spoiled Pomeranians, anything Genealogy related, and travel.
She is the Organist for her church – the Taylorsville United Methodist Church where her great-grandfather, the Rev. D. C. Langford, was one of the first pastors and where her maternal grandparents were married in 1910.
Her first endeavor at writing a novel was when she was invited by author, Mary Cooke who writes as Mary Lou Cheatham, to coauthor “Travelers in Painted Wagons on Cohay Creek.” Her second book, released February 6, 2018 is “Tales from the Porch” which is a collection of stories in her blog and in the Taylorsville Post.
Sarah is currently working on “Built on Evil Ground” which she considers “factual fiction”….about her grandfather, peonage, the Mississippi Delta and the place where she now lives.