This is a pure promotion blog post today–
I have learned in the last decade that stories are like autumn leaves. You write them and let them go– to fall where they will. Most of them seem to settle on the ground where they are tread upon. Some have a flash of brilliance– As a writer, I have no idea what is good and what is not. I do know that when I write my shorts, I fall into another place where time doesn’t rule. So today, I thought that I’d put up about three of my collections that I enjoyed writing.
Living in the Desert: a collection of short stories about living in the high-deserts of California, Utah, and Nevada. There are stories of wildfires, and desert rescues, including a cougar attack. Also there is at least one alien encounter.
Smoke & Mirrors: There is an underworld that normals do not see with their eyes. They have lost the terror and the wonder that they once knew as children. In this short story collection, there are eleven stories and one bonus story of ghosts, goblins, ghouls, and other nasties that live in our world.
Read if you dare.
Ghostly Glimmers III: A collection of five supernatural short stories fit for the Halloween season. This collection includes “The Ghost Horse,” “On the Mystery Train,” “Spare me a Dime,”The Birds Know,” and “The Thing Under the Bed.”