WELCOME TO OUR SITE. A COLLECTION OF LOUISE’S PAINTINGS ARE FEATURED AS ARE A COUPLE OF MINE. (I’M THE STUDENT) YOU’LL ALSO FIND PHOTOS OF OUR TRAVELS SINCE 2006 AND OTHER HODGEPODGE. OTHER PAGES ARE MANY YEARS OLD AND MAY SHOW A NEED OF UPDATING. SOME MUSE OF MINE FROM, AGAIN, YEARS AGO ARE ALSO INCLUDED.
A NEW NOVEL BY
LOUISE TIMBERLAKE NORTHON WRIGHT
THE BOARDERS AT HAWK'S NEST
A COMING OF AGE STORY OF A YOUNG GIRL
DURING THE YEARS FOLLOWING WW2
THE BEST NEW AGE NOVEL THIS YEAR
IT WILL GRAB YOUR HEART AND NOT LET GO
A MUST STOCKING STUFFER FOR ALL AGES
THE OTHER SIDE OF TRAGEDY
by Louise Wright
NEW NON FICTION
Have you ever wondered how people survive real tragedies -- the death of a child, the guilt from a suicide, cancer, losing one's home in a natural disaster? The Other Side of Tragedy describes the help that comes through from the other side when someone becomes overwhelmed by tragic circumstances. The Other Side of Tragedy is one mother’s journey of discovering what life and death are all about.
LOUISE WRIGHT'S NEWEST BOOK
"THIS CAN'T BE HAPPENING"
Bizarre things start occurring in 23-year-old Kimberly’s life after receiving a cloud device that becomes her confidant and advisor. BRAINS/WIT, with activate words MR. SMART, helps out with her boyfriend problems, work-related difficulties, Mom worries, and even everyday household issues. But is this entity going too far when it begins sending text messages and e-mails on her behalf?
TOMORROW, I'LL CLAIM THE GOOD LIFE
BY LOUISE WRIGHT
A thought-provoking read about the consequences of making bad choices.
This contemporary, mainstream, women's fiction follows the exploits of Heather, a journalism student having just completed her junior year. She begins summer break living with her brash new boyfriend, and a writing assignment at an exclusive yet mysterious retirement community. The unexplained disappearance of one of the elders and a strange morning ritual piques Heather's curiosity. This summer of first-love and insightful interviews teaches Heather what it takes to claim the good life.
BY RAYMOND E WRIGHT
From the 1940’s comes a bold and vivid story of love, hate, selfish actions and heroes. A world at war is the background for young adults stepping boldly into unknown futures. Southern Winds is a work of fiction, but the world events shaping the lives of two Virginia families are historical facts. Robert Banes viewed college life as fun, women and lots of parties. He learns the hard way that actions have consequence that can alter the rest of your life. Melinda Timmons meets Robert on a train and their attraction is mutual. But are they right for each other? We follow the Timmons, a farm family from rural Virginia, as two young men go to war and Melinda’s sister, April May, heads for New York. Robert Banes and his brother Harry, a city family, find love and mayhem in the Pacific.Three years after the war is over we follow the lives of our heroes and heroines as they deal with past mistakes and misadventures. The Banes family and the Timmons family along with the friends they’ve met along the way are having happier days…until someone close is murdered.You’ll shed some tears and smile a lot as you read Southern Winds.