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What should parents do when their children refuse to get along? All the arguing and fighting, bickering and yelling can almost tear a family apart! Jim Carter wrote this book for his pre-teen nieces nearly twenty years ago. After changing the names to protect the “innocent”, this charming short story marshals all the elements of growing up as siblings and charts a course to becoming friends as well as sisters. Jim flies for a major airline and knows how critical the proper course is for a safe and happy arrival! He and his wife Susan live in Northern Virginia. Bible study, horses and travel fill their “empty nest” and they happily wing their way to see grown children in Texas and South Carolina.
Local artist Cortney Matz adds a colorful and simple beauty to the Bumbleweed Field’s pages. Cortney was in high school when she added her rich and textured style of water colors to The Bumbleweed Field. Her father, Dan was in the same men’s Bible study with Jim Carter and her Dad’s glowing endorsement sealed the venture. Today Cortney is a producer and communications specialists for CDR Productions and 1Voice Films in Northern Virginia. Her company’s most recent release is “For the Glory”. Look for more projects from Cortney’s fertile imagination in the near future.