New: “The Blue Eyed Side” (poem novel)

Mikeal is a kite surfer in North Carolina, raised by his grandparents.  After they are murdered, he rents the inherited cottage to Alexis, an actress.  Together this unlikely pair decides to investigate.  Award winning poet, LB Sedlacek, takes you into a dark mountain tale in this new poem novel published by Cyberwit, “The Blue Eyed Side.”   Cover photo of Blue Ridge Parkway by LB Sedlacek.

“Suicide Pumpkins” 20th Anniversary Reissue

The 20th Anniversary Reissue of the cult classic “Suicide Pumpkins” is now available as an E-book!

Revisit this black humor tale where the suicide plans of a would-be actress in Hollywood fall apart when she meets her Prince Charming who comes complete with a white Porsche & a pumpkin. Get to know Jessica & Jeremy in this humorous but twisted Cinderella story.

Life after Wreck, a memoir

Life after Wreck

Review of “Life after Wreck”: “I think anyone who has been through a traumatic situation can benefit from this book. You realize that your thoughts are normal… well, at least common. This memoir can help you realize that there really is life after the pain, the grayness. Very well written by an extremely talented lady who “grabs me” with everyone of her publications!” ~Cathy S.

“The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit” now available as an audiobook

The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit is on the southern end of Sunset Beach. The mailbox is real. People leave letters, notes, mementos to loved ones that they miss for whatever reason.

It is the inspiration for my story about Ernie and Melody, who meet at a young age at a golf club in the mountains of North Carolina, where he works and where her mother works.

They grow up and grow apart, and she moves to Ocean Isle Beach. Eventually, he comes to a place where he tries to connect with her again. The mailbox plays an important part in their story.

My poems about “Pete’s Diner” are in the November issue of “Hill Rag”

The November issue of “Hill Rag” has published my poems on Pete’s Diner. Pete’s is a Diner on Capitol Hill. It’s right across the street from the Madison Bldg of the Library of Congress. They have great food! It was my honor to have my poems included. Check it out: