Josephine was a murderer, drug abuser, formerly promiscuous teenager, but she was also a mother. She had one child with her, Sabine, a sensitive, indigo child, and before Sabine there were six others. There are hauntings and mysteries in the isolated mansion they inhabit, not far from the Texas coast. Josephine guards the secrets of the Dunn family, shielding Sabine from the legacy she longs to know and identity of her father and siblings. The story is Josephine's, but the burden falls to Sabine, the indigo child. Sabine's coming of age will occur during Josephine's final breakdown, forcing her to weaver herself into the lives of others around her and cling to anyone who can protect her.
Phyllis H. Moore is the author of the Sabine Trilogy: Sabine, Josephine's Journals, and Secrets of Dunn House. She is also the author of Opal's Story. Phyllis is fond of the Southern Gothic style with a Texas twist. Her characters are flawed with a sense of humor. Some of her favorite authors are Fannie Flagg, Rebecca Wells, and Kathryn Stockett. She enjoys the non-fiction of Rick Bragg and Jeanette Walls.
Phyllis is an indie author, enjoying reading, writing, gardening, travel and visiting her children, Phillip, Sarah, and Walter on Galveston Island, Texas. She lives on a small ranch in south Texas with her husband, Richard, and their adopted terrier, Ollie Bubba.