From Me and Mine… to You and Yours

Happy Thanksgiving!

I am grateful for what I am and have. My thanksgiving is perpetual.” –Henry David Thoreau I often reflect on how much I have to be grateful for… and being able to share stories with my readers is one of those things. I hope those here in the United States have a wonderful Thanksgiving and enjoy […]

Time Sensitive INVITATION to a Free Read of ‘WHITE BIRD’

A Short Story for the Holidays 2017

Sorry, the invitation expired November 20, 2017 It’s Available For Pre-Order (delivers to you December 1) WHITE BIRD is a 7,469-word holiday story about two people who find love and a future not bound by their past. “When you understand that what you’re telling is just a story. It isn’t happening anymore. When you realize […]

‘The Dawn Star’

Rough Draft

Based on something a friend shared with me recently. This is a rough draft typed on my phone as I travel.  I’ll polish further when I can. The story cover is a concept and not final. Love remains… in the way our world reminds us. Sometimes you wake up thinking of the imperfect world of […]

Every Picture Tells a Story – About ‘Waiting for My Witch’

A few years ago, I came across this picture and at breakfast one morning showed it to ‘Alpha’ and ‘Beta’ and asked, “What do you think that cat’s doing?” “Sitting in a tree,” said Beta. I shook my head. Alpha raised her hand, and I nodded to her. “Looking at the moon.” I shook my […]

‘HEXENNACHT 4/30/1932’

Bloodlines

I’m a writer and ghostwriter. Some projects require research that includes going through old pictures. One such project was with a client who was the last of her bloodline. She was 91 and told me, “These are for you. Maybe something in there,” she pointed a gnarled, crooked finger at the stacks, “will be useful in […]

‘The Girl in Blue’

Flashfiction

I came across a picture that–as they often do–made me wonder at the story behind it. It was of the tombstone of a little girl, never identified (for decades) struck and killed by a train. I could have made something up about the girl: why no one claimed her body; why there was no family […]

EXCERPT ‘On 7th Street, An Angel Fell’ THE CHOICE

DRAFT

All she had lost—the choices made and not made—and their haunting pain bowed her. She looked at the man and thought about redemption, the promise she had been given. Her back and shoulders spasmed; her yearning to fly again above all the hurt found on the surface of the Earth shook her. But the man […]

COVER REVEAL & Story Blurb ‘On 7th Street, An Angel Fell’

Coming January 2018

Christianity—The Old Testament—says, “For God did not spare angels when they sinned, but cast them into Hell and committed them to chains of gloomy darkness to be kept until the Judgment.” And modern Orthodox Rabbeim believes that “Angels don’t have free will and are pre-programmed to perform certain duties. When an angel’s duty is completed, […]

‘Tide Buried Bones…’ [REVISED & EXPANDED]

DRAFT Scene Excerpt from The D'Arkane Files Book One

Her hair whipped in the wind and a tingle climbed her spine. The bad kind you get when you’ve done something you shouldn’t and got caught. She quickly rose, “I wonder who they were.” She looked above at the ruined house that watched them. “And what happened.”