It Mocks Me stamp Rice Krispies stamp
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Racer X original stamp Racer X new stamp
Life on Mars stamp Jane Austin stamp
Unstable Mood stamp No Sparkle
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Flesa Black title

About Me

I would like to start by saying thank you for visiting my website. It’s always exciting for me to know that someone is interested enough in my work to drop by. I think it’s important for every reader to know just how valuable he or she is to the writing and publishing world. After all, I don’t just write for myself, I also write in the hope that others will enjoy the stories I create, as well.

So, who is Flesa Black? I’m a thirty-something woman who is a southern born romantic at heart. I’ve always been a sucker for Cary Grant and old fashioned, sweep me off my feet books and movies. I love jazz and blues, the kind that makes you picture warm nights gazing down at the Tennessee River, or sultry evenings on the bayou. I’ve always had a strange affinity for horses, and I love to ride any chance I get. I’ve also become addicted to certain computer games, much to my children’s delight and my husband’s frustration.

My biggest love, aside from my family, is my writing. I find myself looking forward every day to delving into whatever book I’m working on, or creating a brand new story.

For me, the characters are real, living people, and sometimes what they do surprises even me. I enjoy sitting down and letting the scenes unfold, watching it in my mind while the characters have conversations and romantic or adventurous encounters. It’s the very best part of writing for me.

I’m a very lucky lady with a wonderful husband who happens to have been my high school sweetheart. I also have two very rambunctious, loving children who never cease to amaze me with their questions and observations. It’s a joy to be in a home where there is plenty of laughter and lots of hugs and kisses.

Again, I want to thank you for visiting my website. It means a lot to me to have you here, and I greatly appreciate your coming. I always love to hear from readers, so please feel free to drop me a line.

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