Chills

A very short story I wrote in single syllables required by the submissions guidelines for Short andSweet Goes Fourth, available at Grace Publishing. One warm day, in Spring, two friends and mothers of pre-school children go to a local park and expect a lazy, and enjoyable day.  One mother, Beth, has persistent chills, before they encountered... Continue Reading →

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Meet E.V. Sparrow

Erin is E.V. Sparrow. I am a wife, mother, grandmother, and was a caregiver for my mom. Friends and family describe me as imaginative, funny, and underestimated. View my current newsletter HERE to see what I've been up to. Sign-up to follow my journey here and receive access to freebies. Please view my Amazon Author... Continue Reading →

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Stranded

1982 set in London's Heathrow Airport. A young woman traveling overseas leaves her friends in Scotland to return to the United States. When she arrives at Heathrow to purchase a stand-by ticket, she discovers the price has increased, and she doesn't have enough money. She is stranded. What can she do? strandedinspire-5Download

Sword of Truth

My first very short story published by Grace Publishing in 2017. The editor's challenge for acceptance into Grace's Short and Sweet, Too compilation, was the requirement for all stories to be under 300 words, and restricted to single syllables. I finally learned how to write much tighter! Hoping you enjoy this story. swordoftruth-3Download

My First Book Review

The Forbidden Gift by Debra TorresMy rating: 5 of 5 starsThe Forbidden Gift, was my first experience reading Amish fiction. I enjoyed being educated and immersed in aspects of their culture. If you like stories of redemption, reconciliation, and suspense, I highly recommend this novel. Well done!View all my reviews

Worship Prayer

When I’m in the grip of fear, grief, or pain—I raise my hands to pray and sing. First my flesh bows, I force out words, as I fret from the weight on my heart. I shift my load to His open, pierced palms, where my thoughts are safe from harm. On the edge of that... Continue Reading →

Hunting Lists

#creeklife #wildlifelovers #wildlifeseekers My childhood was spent in a small-town setting in the country. Our home was situated 15 feet from a year-round creek on a narrow logging road running through a canyon. The creek led to the best pond around. On my walk home from the bus stop every day, I’d search for animals. Unwanted... Continue Reading →

Cobh’s Iron Fence

With the gray, stormy sea surging toward Eliza and Grace at Cobh harbor, (AKA-Queenstown, Ireland) and darker gray clouds above them, the two women were reluctant to exit their rented mini-van. Grace stared at the wind, and the wet, spattered window. "Are you sure we can only see the museum today? What's next on our... Continue Reading →

1958 Blind Date

   The cash register’s bell dinged as Joyce shut the drawer. She turned to Judy. “Tomorrow’s blind date with Ray won’t work. I have an emergency dental appointment. I broke a tooth.” Joyce pointed to her molar.     “No!” Judy’s dark eyes flashed. “You can’t cancel again! I’ve worked six months to set this up…just go anyway.... Continue Reading →

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