Get to know Stories Imagined
Lovers and fighters, ladies and gentlemen... welcome to Stories Imagined. This is where you can find information on books written and published by author H. L. Clifford.
Stories Imagined was created to have a voice in woman's fiction. About an age group who are on their second wind and ready to take on the world how they see fit. The juggle and struggle of womanhood, sexuality, motherhood and coming back to self. These stories are written with liberation in mind.
There is something for every adult to enjoy or take away from.
"A Writer's Thoughts". I will add a new post in this section each Friday until I figure out the email situation. :) After that, I will send out emails to whoever wants to keep reading "A Writer's Thoughts" (sometimes thought provoking and sometimes even sexy).
In a few weeks you will be able to purchase books on this site. Until then, you can find them on Amazon - Just click on the 'Get in Touch' link below.
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Titles to Remember
Doing It the Left Way
H. L. Clifford
A solo, 10-day vacation in southern Italy. What could be better for a newly divorced mother of two? Nothing!
Mila couldn't be more excited! With her first trip to Europe and the first time away from her children, she's ready to jump start her new life.
Gorgeous Italian scenery, the excitement of experiencing a new country, and the promises from a beautiful Italian man. Mila is set... for everything.
Hot sunny days turn into steamy nights on the Amalfi Coast and Mila learns to maneuver through it all.
But men and the world... have they changed or has she?
Doing It the Right Way
H. L. Clifford
Coming in fall 2021
Meet The Author
H. L. Clifford
Contemporary Woman's Fiction
A mother of two amazing kids, happily divorced and realizing her dream of being a writer.
Naturally an introvert, she was debilitatingly shy. But, with that solitude, she relaxed into her imagination and wrote stories for her mom.
At age 16, in Alaska, and again at age 23, in Hawai'i, Heather forced herself in front of people by the way of local modeling. But she never got over being shy.
Today, she has found her voice in writing. As well as working towards another dream - living with her children in other parts of the world... one book at a time.
"If you want it bad enough, you can make anything happen."
"A Writer's Thoughts"
I read a post recently that said something along the lines of: stop saying you are finding yourself. You are you and have not been lost.
Well, that was the gist of it.
I have found myself contemplating that thought often. It seems to run as static in the back of my mind, making it's way to the front more often than it probably should.
I don't agree, to be quite honest. I do, however, believe it could be true for some people. But, if you are like me, with so much time spent on the wrong person, with gigantic life changes happening for years, and the jumbled mess of being told, by basically everyone, how to think, behave, what to say when, etc.. etc.. I feel that yes, I was lost and had to find myself.
With everything I have learned and lived over a decade and more, I have changed from who I used to be. But that's a good thing. We are supposed to change. We are supposed to grow. But then, who am I now?
For the past five years I have made life an adventure. I force myself out of my comfort zone, meet people from around the world and learn how to at least say "hello" in their language. I listen to every type of music, fly to other parts of the world, find out everything that I may enjoy physically - because why not? How will I know if I don't try?
These are my thoughts when I am writing. "What do I want to learn?" "Who do I want to be?" "What can I share?"
I will tell you what I have learned so far; every experience is a good experience, even when it seems like it's not... just try not to linger.