Carrol Wolverton is the author of several novels and self-help books. She is a master’s level educator retired from 6 years as a rehab counselor (CRC), 10 as a single parent counselor, 8 selling real estate, and 5 years of teaching. Boston Basement is her most recent re-release and is available as a Kindle download for 99 cents on amazon. It’s the tale of a long unsolved murder and is full of Boston lore and history. It also speaks volumes about injustice and the treatment of all peoples. Raylaina is her one young adult novel and is the story of a teen with an abusive boyfriend. To a young, inexperienced, Southern girl, Daren is everything a young woman could want. Unfortunately, there is a great deal more, and not all of it good. Living Cheap & Loving It, Tomatoes in the Flowerbed covers a life of frugal living. Discussed is everything from making your own excellent laundry soap to investing and buying vehicles. She recommends reusing, recycling, and reselling most everything you own or acquire.