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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Presenting my weekly offering to Six Sentence Sunday. Here are few more lines from my western novella Eden Springs, a story of violence, sex, and astronomy in the old west. Coming soonish from Dreamspinner Press. (I just got the galley … Continue reading
Today is Anzac Day. I am an American. My mother’s family arrived in the 1680’s. I am a descendent of men who signed the Declaration of Independence and hammered out the details of our Constitution and Bill of Rights. My … Continue reading
Here is my weekly offering to Six Sentence Sunday. A few lines from my western novella Eden Springs coming in late May or June from Dreamspinner Press. A story of crime, violence and astronomy in the old west. This is … Continue reading
This is being typed on my phone because I’ve lost all other net access. This is from my almost finished first novel Empty Nests. Dave pulled over a chair. “It’s just, my girlfriend’s pregnant.” “Are you sure it’s yours?” He … Continue reading
For Six Sentence Sunday another snippet from Through the Dark Clouds my contribution to the Dreamspinner Press 2011 Holiday Anthology. A story of love and hope on Christmas Eve 1940. He pulled open the drawer of his bedside table wiggling … Continue reading