Monthly Archives: December 2016

SNOWBALL SAVES THE DAY

Everywhere that Snowball looked he saw sad faces and drooped shoulders. Sally at the salon pat his head and gave a halfhearted smile. Even Happy Harold from the hardware store looked dejected. All the gloomy faces made Snowball’s big brown … Continue reading

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STARTOUCHED IS COMING

I’m delighted to announce that I just signed a contract for my first novel with Intrigue Publishing. The projected release date for STARTOUCHED is November 1, 2017. Keep an eye out for more information.   Don’t forget to sign up for my … Continue reading

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HOPE

Voices jabber around me like crows, spitting harsh, cold words. They battle over differences, snubbing those who are not the same. Invisible, I walk among them, whispering brotherhood. Lift one up, steady another. Silent, unseen, I plant compassion A spark … Continue reading

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A Little Something For Cat Lovers

Back when I submitted my story, Mark of the Goddess, for In A Cat’s Eye, the publisher asked for my favorite cat story. I remember wracking my brains trying to think of any stories I had read about cats and coming up … Continue reading

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