JEDAH MAYBERRY is an emerging fiction writer, born in New York, raised in southeastern, CT, the backdrop for his fiction debut named 2014 Best in Multi-Cultural Fiction by the Texas Association of Authors. He was a top ten finalist for the 2013 Best New Author Award sponsored by the National Black Book Festival. He also garnered honorable mention in Glimmer Train's April 2012 Family Matters Short Story Contest. He currently resides with his wife and teenage daughters in Austin, TX.
Penny Hill wrestles with her feelings toward her mother. She finds herself gravitating toward similar life choices despite lack of physical proximity to one another. She fails in the end to avoid the same pitfalls that have spoiled her mother's outlook on life.
A murder shatters the tranquility of small town Picayune, MS. Penny Hill struggles with the details of the ordeal, a man taking the life of the woman he loves. She wrestles to understand the role her family plays in leading up to the murder.
In the sequel to Would Be Twins, Penny continues to cross paths with Booker. She steps into the shoes her grandmother left behind to help ease his brother’s anguish, Bunk left to sit on death row.