Desiee Lane is an undergraduate student at Concordia College Selma. She is a Lutheran as is mher father, he is also the school Chaplain(retired) and has been a Lutheran minister for forty years.She traveled a lot during my youth since her father was a Navy commander/chaplain. Touring the country instilled in her a desire to learn about different cultures. She grew to appreciate America’s landscape and began to develop a thirst for knowledge. The military was a strong powerhouse or regime and it’s rules were the sternest of any private entity. She learned to develop discipline in her studies which later led to her ability to maintain a high aptitude for taking standardized tests. A trait which she later passed on to her only child, which has scored in the 97% percentile on Stanford’s achievement test (fourth grade). She has gained an early admittance into Duke University’s TIP program and continues to strive for success. Concordia College is nestled in a small rural area located approximately forty-five minutes outside of Montgomery, Alabama. It is considered to be the Queen City of the Black Belt region. The area is rich in agriculture and has poor economic growth. Concordia College was once Alabama Junior College before receiving it’s accreditation as a four-year degree granting university. It was here that her father, uncles, and cousins began their early educational experiences when not farming in the cotton fields. Although, there are still remnants here of the Old South, Civil War, and Civil Rights Era. Many citizens of this community have returned to school to obtain post secondary degrees and to finish their education. While the younger men and women are bursting at the seams with fresh new ideas, eager to learn the latest trends in technology. The demand for highly qualified teachers is evident and the necessity for skilled trained professionals. She has used the pen name Desiree Lane to author this first book in a series of novella's.