Flash Fiction Friday: The Thrill of the Hunt

Here's this week's entry for the Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writer's challenge. Enjoy! Barbara watched the fool-filled barge pass into the Gulf. How had Luke Padsmoore ever talked them into it? She still heard their roar, intoxicated by the thrill of the hunt of a monster. A bell chimed behind her. Barbara turned. Lucy Padsmore … Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: The Thrill of the Hunt

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Always Remember, Love, You Belong To Me

Kev allowed me to crash his blog to promote my short story The Piano Player. Hop on over to his blog and check it out. Thanks again Kev! You. I’ve been watching you, Love. Picking away on your guitar. Running your fingers over your piano. Lost in thought. Frustrated. The music isn’t coming, is it? … Continue reading Always Remember, Love, You Belong To Me

Compassion Fatigue v. Apathy v. Overwhelmed

Compassion Fatigue. It's the new phrase du jour. No, it's not a new condition, but we're tossing it around like 45 with paper towels. Every day we're bombarded with needs. From our own day-to-day stress to the news telling us the world is burning to the ground. In response, we've dug up the phrase of … Continue reading Compassion Fatigue v. Apathy v. Overwhelmed

Book Review: Divided Serenity by G.L. Cromarty

This is my review for G. L. Cromarty's debut novel Divided Serenity: Divided World Book One (she has already released book 2). Visit her site for more information. WARNING: This review may contain spoilers. They are not intentional, but you are warned in case they do happen. Synopsis (from Amazon): SERENITY HAS ALWAYS BEEN DIVIDED.... … Continue reading Book Review: Divided Serenity by G.L. Cromarty