Halloween Reads #Wip Wednesday

Hey, everyone. WIP Wednesday means one of two things. Most of the time I write about a work in progress, but other times it's a work in publication. Today's post is about the latter. So, here we go… For those of you who have followed this blog for a while, you know I’m fascinated with... Continue Reading →

Murder They Wrote ~ An Anthology

Hey, everyone! This month is shaping up to be a busy one for guests! Today, I welcome back none other than the very talented Mae Clair. Her story is included in an anthology of murder mysteries and she's here to talk about it. Please welcome her. Thanks for hosting me today, Joan. I’m excited to... Continue Reading →

The Keeper’s House #WIPWednesday

Hey, everyone. Time for another WIP Wednesday. A couple of weeks ago, I posted about Macabre Sanctuary, an anthology published by AIW Press. I wrote The Keeper’s House for inclusion in that collection. Today, I’ll tell you the story behind the story. Rain fell steadily on an April night in Deep East Texas. We’d had... Continue Reading →

Macabre Sanctuary #WIPWednesday

Hey, everyone. It’s October. A time ghosts, goblins, werewolves, vampires, and just about any other creature you can imagine. Halloween is only a few weeks away, so what time to read some spooky stories? I’ve contributed in several anthologies with other authors. Macabre Sanctuary is a collection of ten short stories published by AIW Press... Continue Reading →

Review: Death Among Us #TuesdayBookShare

Hey, everyone. It’s Tuesday and that means it’s time for Tuesday Book Share. This week I review a collection of short stories written by various authors. If you enjoy mysteries, this book is for you. Blurb: Who knew death could be so eclectic? Relish this mesmerizing murder mystery mash-up of short stories. Murder and mystery... Continue Reading →

Book Release ~ Quantum Wanderlust

I've always been fascinated by the idea of time travel. I also love writing short stories and have had the privilege of participating in several anthologies. So, when AIW Press announced they were seeking stories for a Time Travel Anthology, I gladly hopped on board. My story, Gold Wings, is one of thirteen short pieces... Continue Reading →

Christmas, Cowboys, and John Denver

I’ve been a music lover for as long as I can remember. While I like complete silence during the writing process, music often motivates me to write. One singer who has inspired several of my stories is the late John Denver. In 1975, John did a Christmas special called A Rocky Mountain Christmas. He sang... Continue Reading →

When Things Go Bump in the Night

I’m fascinated with lighthouses. These towering structures stand upon rocky coasts, seashores, and remote islands. Once widely used, they marked treacherous shoals and reefs, dangerous coastlines, and guided ships to safe harbor entrances. Lighthouse keepers were diligent in their duties and often lived in an adjacent building known as a keeper’s house. These historical lighthouses... Continue Reading →

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