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Eight Simple Rules


Our dreams are important to us. They define how we approach life, how we decide what is important to us. If someone or something threatens those dreams, we will fight back or work harder to achieve them.


Brian Lachlan, at thirteen, knows what his future will be. He will be a ship commander, like the skipper of Lucretia’s Dream. On the day when he must prove his skills, in order to be placed in the right training program, he uses the Eight Simple Rules one must know for such a position to compare to his progress.

Will Brian reach his goal?


Rule One: A future commander must be versatile.

A thirteen-year-old musical genius, (by his estimation but no one else’s) he raised a handcrafted trombone to his lips. Sniggers and giggles filled the small classroom. Pointing fingers made Brian realize that he had forgotten the mouthpiece.

About K.C. Sprayberry

Living a dream she’s had since she first discovered the magic of books. K.C. Sprayberry traveled the U.S. and Europe before finally settling in the mountains of Northwest Georgia. She’s been married to her soulmate for nearly a quarter of a century and they enjoy spoiling their grandchildren along with many other activities.

A multi-genre author, K.C. Sprayberry is always on the hunt for new stories. Inspiration strikes at the weirdest times and drives her to grab notebook and pen to jot down her ideas. Those close to her swear nothing or no one is safe if she’s smiling gently in a corner and watching those in the same room interact. Her observations have often given her ideas for her next story, set not only in the South but wherever the characters demand they settle.

Find out more about my books at these social media sites:

Randall’s Ramblings, April 21, 2019
Six-Word Story Challenge – “MacGuffin”