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 →

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 →

Acceptance Surprise

#Anthology #shortstories #preschool Short stories based on events in my life are enjoyable to write, and I submit to a variety of publishers. This past week, I received a surprising acceptance email from an editor for a future anthology. I revised my story several times, had it critiqued, then edited it to its current version,... Continue Reading →

“Short and Sweet Too”

Announcing the publication of my very short—275 single-syllable word story, Sword of Truth, in Grace Publishing's Short and Sweet Too anthology released TODAY. I am thankful for my editors!

“Heartbeat”

(Ten-word story prompts). "Thought and heartbeat race each other faster than shooting stars."   #hangtenstories "Heartbeat" 156

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