Now Available for Preorder

Hey, Readers. There were times when I thought this day would never come. Many of you have followed me on this journey. More than likely, you never thought it would happen either.

Today, I’m happy to announce Menagerie, my collection of short stories, is available now for preorder on Amazon.

Because I’m not superstitious, there are thirteen stories. The release date is Friday, January 13. Thirteen generous bloggers have offered to host me on a thirteen-stop tour. By the way, my black cat Little Bit approves of this. Come to think of it, so does my Tuxedo cat, Tucker.

If you’d like to preorder your copy, just click on the link below. Thanks in advance for your support.

Preorder Link


King’s. The Tower of London. Glass. What do these have in common?

Each is a famous menagerie.

While this Menagerie doesn’t focus on exotic animals, it does contain a collection of stories that explore various trials people face and how their reactions shape their worlds.

Survivors of a haunted bridge. Women who wait while their husbands fight a war. Former partners reuniting to solve a cold-case murder.

These are just three of the thirteen stories in this compendium, encompassing past and present, natural and supernatural, legend and reality. The genres and timelines are varied, but there’s a little something for everyone who enjoys reading about simpler times and small-town life.

37 thoughts on “Now Available for Preorder

  1. Just pre-ordered my copy, Joan, and am looking forward to it. My two New Year’s resolutions for 2023 both deal with finding more time. #1, for writing, and #2 for READING. I truly want to catch up with everyone’s newest books, and find time to leave REVIEWS for each as well. I’m horribly behind on both of those things, but I’m aiming HIGH this year! Wishing you great success with this one! 😀 ❤


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