Christmas gifts, snowball fights, and a 2020 recap–more to come in the New Year.
Right at the moment I thought I had it figured out, I was caught off guard.
“Only the past matters to a spirit,” Anastasia said.
What’s more important anyway? A friendship or a game?
Debut Newsletter Featured in this post are Blog Refresher; Daydreams Abroad, an indulging of my nostalgia for places I cannot visit; Are We There Yet?, one homebound Pennsylvanian’s version of analyzing statistics; a Shout Out to NaNoWriMo; WIP The Sixth Generation; Novel Promotions in honor of National Novel Writing Month; and November Featured Indie Author,Continue reading “November Newsletter: Comments Abroad, Are We There Yet, NaNoWriMo SHOUT Out, Discounts!, Featured Indie Author”
Print copies available #s 12-21 Novel construction began in July 2018. The author wrote almost 200,000 words. Next she spent six months cutting this unwieldiness down to just under 100K. Once the manuscript was ready, her education in publishing began. Now she is full tilt into the third stage of marketing. Author BioAnn H. MyersContinue reading “The Devil and Ella Davis”
To read indie fiction and not be overly critical, it helps to read like a writer. Is there story? If yes, forgive.
Before she entered Murphy’s Pub, her third Irish bar in two days, Anastasia Brown sent a text to the office. She was supposedly snarled in traffic as she returned from the courthouse with a copy of the deed Jared needed. She worked for the Sparks Agency, a ghost and nephew run firm. Even though Anastasia’sContinue reading “Jared Sparks Ghost Detective #2: The Case of the Missing Ghost”
Anastasia Brown stepped down from the bus, narrowly avoiding a puddle with one foot but straight into it with the left. She was wearing her black, sparkly pumps she had bought for an evening medical school party. She knew they were inappropriate for an interview. Groceries or new shoes–such were her choices these days. WithContinue reading “Jared Sparks Ghost Detective: Investigator Wanted”
Short reading recommendations, as you escape your house/office for a mug of joe on the porch–Sasquatch and Silver Lands folklore, a short story by Mark Twain, and a few comments about music. Sasquatch and the Bear American Folklore is a favorite website of mine for short reading. It is a whole library of stories fromContinue reading “Back Porch Reading #4”