Women Writers… writing | Rebecca Carlton McCulloch

Becca McCullochBecca McCulloch is a wife, mother, professor, and writer but rarely in that order (if in any order at all). At night, she transitions from mild-mannered educator into mild-mannered artist, writing about LDS (Mormon) issues in a modern and complex world. In 2016, she won the Storymakers’ First Chapter Contest/General Fiction category. Becca resides in Utah with her husband, 2 children, Great Dane, two cats, and a pesky, yet friendly raccoon that won’t leave the outdoor shed.

Becca also writes under the pseudonym, Liv Bartlet, with writing partner, Sarah McKnight.  They have been building worlds and telling stories together for more than a decade. They’ve logged hours of behind-the-scenes movie and TV footage and challenged each other in a friendly Oscar guessing game every year this millennium. Lifelong Anglophiles, their Monkey & Me world sprang to vivid life on a trip to London that included divine pastries, sublime art, and a spectacular pratfall in the British Museum.

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by LDS Readers

Genre: Literature & Fiction/Anthology/Short Stories

This anthology is a compilation of short stories of different genres. Each contributor is a member of the LDS Beta Readers Facebook group.





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coverProduction Values: A Monkey & Me Novel

by Liv Bartlet

Genre: Women’s Fiction/Contemporary/Romance

“Mornings like this I can understand the appeal of killer high heels. When Bea’s with me, her heels click with command down the sidewalk: Get out of my way, I’m in charge and I’ve got the footwear to prove it. I wear flats or trainers and let the sidewalk serve me quietly. But today there is no commanding clack beside me.”

29-year-old artistic prodigy Kat Porter has golden statues on her career horizon until she jolts her TV production company by hiring megastar (and mega-womanizer) Ian Graham. The resulting chaos exposes deep fault lines in the relationship with her pragmatic business partner and best friend, Bea Douglas…When art and business collide, can friendship survive?

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Off Script: A Monkey & Me Novelcover

by Liv Bartlet

Genre: Women’s Fiction/Contemporary/Romance

“I kissed Edward Wolverton once. It was everything it was supposed to be—and then some… maybe I’ll kiss him again.”

TV Producer Bea Douglas’s last confession to her former business partner and ex-best friend wasn’t meant to tempt the fates. She’s eager to escape the hypocrisy of the television industry and years of hiding her faith for the convenience of other people. Edward Wolverton may be hot, smart, and funny—but he’s also two steps out of rehab with a self-proclaimed allergy to Christianity.

But after a club night turns violent, Bea loses her sense of self while Eddie teeters on the edge of relapse. Their connection to each other is the only certainty. To be together, each will have to let go of past pain and have faith in a love that never fades.

Off Script is an uncommon story of the power of love and resilience to bring people together in a society that does its best to tear them apart.

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