What would you do, if you unexpectedly witnessed an alarming spectacle? What if a shoe moved on its own volition? Would you tell someone, or believe it was your imagination? Read this true story to discover remarkable events. Click link below for the full story, and enjoy! EV_Soles
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 →
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 →
#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 →
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!