Available for $25
There are 61 tiny stories in “Breathings,” selected from several hundred of Marti’s newspaper and magazine columns, written over the span of more than a dozen years. She chose them simply because she liked them best. And because they represented the thin places of herself – the “breathings” of her own heart. Hopefully, they will resonate with yours.
Available for $22
Walking with Dogs is a spiritual journey – not the author’s alone, but for anyone reading this book, and anyone who has ever loved and learned from sharing a life with a dog.
Available for $19.95
The God-Dog Connection was Marti’s first published book, and continues to be the most popular of her works. It is a collection of 25 short stories or vignettes that are faith-based and animal-oriented.
Available for $20.00
Marti’s first novel, The Rhythm of Selby, based on her experiences when she first moved to the small southern town of Aiken, won a Bronze Medal for Popular Fiction from the Independent Publishers Awards for Excellence, and two Indie Awards for writing and design.
Available for $20.00
Marti’s second novel, titled The Secret Child, appeals to a wide range of readers, including Young Adult and Adult. It was inspired by a local grave marked only with the mysterious words: The Little Boy, 1855. The book picks up where the real story seems to end. It was selected as an Okra Pick by the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA), and was a finalist for the DaVinci Eye Award of the Eric Hoffer Book Awards.
Available for $15.00
Marti’s fourth book, Yes, Barbara, There Is An Aiken, is a collection of 50 of her columns written for The Aiken Standard, and captures the essence of the American South through this small, charming town; it is proving to be of reader interest far beyond its geographical borders.
Available for $20
They began as improv-storytelling on the family front porch more than half a century ago. Marti would tell story after story of silliness about a heliotrope fly with suction-cup feet to her younger sister. Together they shared a great deal of laughter, bonding, and love. But until now, these stories were never written down.