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Carol Stratton

Carol Stratton has been a freelance writer for 14 years writing over 200 articles and is currently a reporter for the Mooresville Weekly. She has a degree in Recreation Therapy and has worked with autistic children in a classroom, an experience that inspired her to write about a woman with an autistic son. She speaks at national writing conferences as well as MOPS and other women’s groups about personality temperaments, friendship and encouraging yourself. Carol is married to her husband John who she calls her “muse” and has four grown children and four grandchildren. Currently she and her husband, John, live in Mooresville, North Carolina where she loves to hike and play guitar and mandolin while learning to love liver mush. To learn more: or

Lake Surrender

Ally, the protagonist of Lake Surrender, is jobless and homeless and must move cross-country with her teenage daughter and autistic son in tow, leaving the sun and warmth of California to live with her aunt in the heart of the Michigan winter. With her life seemingly torn apart, she finds renewed hope and a faith […]

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