Dorothy Stephens is a freelance writer and former teacher whose work has appeared for the past thirty years in numerous national magazines and newspapers, including Adventure Cycling, the Larcom Review, the New York Times, the Boston Globe, and the Los Angeles Times. She was a finalist for the 1996 Bakeless Prize in Nonfiction and a Scholar at the 1997 Bread Loaf Writers Conference. The author of a memoir, Kwa Heri Means Goodbye; Memories of Kenya 1957-1959, she is also the co-author of Discovering Marblehead; Open Spaces and Historic Places.  She lives in Massachusetts where she enjoys walking the beach while pondering the plot of her next novel.

See also Dr. Robert Stephens

 

 

 

When Anna’s sixteen-year-old sister is sexually assaulted and gives birth to a baby, Anna wrestles with helping her parents and sister while still striving to realize her burning desire to go to high school. The climax comes when some unexpected developments change the course of Anna’s life. Get the Book NOW at Amazon.com  available on Kindle and Barnes & Noble