Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem follows the intersecting lives of Julia Evans, a “classy southern author,” and New York City publishing tycoon Thomas Bartholomew. The novel is set in Onslow County in the ‘80s and follows Bartholomew as he first attempts to get Evans to work for his publishing company and then, as he falls in love with her, tries to woo his way into her heart.

Edna Stewart

Author and artist Edna Stewart is a Published/ freelancer songwriter, writer, author and artist of, realism poems, e-books, published books, and art, Blog talk Radio host of Movies to Love: Indie Films, owner Hey Girl Production & Storyboard Creations, a graphic, logo, and t-shirt design business and owner of a virtual store ES 1963 Clothing Store on The store specialty is her own art creations; she also attended the Harriette Austin’s Writers Conference, 2008 and 2011 University of Georgia, and studied at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh from 2008 -2015.

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