Buried deep in the soul of every man is a tormented child, some more terrified than others. When Karen Tyler agreed to write the sad story of Tony Carlton's childhood, she was unaware of the peril it would unleash upon herself. Each page she penned fueled the fires of her own nightmares and by the time she became aware, she was knee deep in blood. As the screams got louder, closer to her ear, Karen realized they were coming from within. So reader beware of the ghosts that taunt you as you sleep, because once you break the binding of ABIGAIL'S CRIES there's turning back. As the author couldn't stop writing you won't stop reading.
Born in Eugene Oregon, BD Nelson spent most of her life in the Northwest. Her third grade teacher encouraged her to continue writing and although her life took a different path, she never forgot the words of encouragement, or the story she'd written. She majored in Accounting while working full time doing bookkeeping and tax preparation, and waiting tables, while raising her two children, but continued to write in her spare time. BD Nelson is a member of The Willamette Writers of Portland, Oregon and has written several short stories; APARTMENT 304 and ONE FOR SHOW-TWO FOR THE MONEY, are two that have been published in THIRTY FABULOUS STORIES: AN ANTHOLOGY, edited by Larry Parr. Aside from ABIGAIL'S CRIES, she has completed two other novels: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY and SCORNED awaiting publication. BD Nelson has also written a chidren's book: MR. TOOL'S FARM, which was donated to a religious organization in 1991, and a short story: TOMORROWS DREAM, published in 1994.