This is my first novel. The protagonist, Fawn Larson, is a Cherokee half-breed, educated in a finishing school for girls, paid for by a local state senator. Fawn's grandmother lives alone and is slightly disabled. Fawn gets word at school that her parents have been killed in an accident so she leaves school to go … Continue reading Vengeance Chapter 1
I'm a night owl, or late night bear, whichever wildlife you prefer. I love both animals. But I digress. Last night was one of those typical nights in which I just couldn't get comfortable. I tossed and turned, thought about my grandkids and their struggles, and tried to ignore aches and pains. At close to … Continue reading An Unexpected Sunrise
"When I fell through the cracks I landed in the hospital."What would you write after this opening? If it was the title for a story, what would the story be about?
Robert McGinn--Viet Nam vet. Became pastor of a medium-sized church in Christmasville, TN. I chose the name of the town because Christmas is a time of hope and happiness. Readers must read to the end of the story to discover if this in fact the end result. He's a workaholic and often fills in for … Continue reading Meet My Characters from my novel, Mending Fences
This is a poem I wrote and had published in CycloFlame magazine in 1970.Canals of time twist throughthe misty trails of my mind,reminding me of the star AlgolI once saw glimmering, glowinglike a light foreshadowed.Suddenly the light went outand I laughed to think thatI had wanted time to wait.
Well, I messed up yesterday, but I'm learning here. I'm an author; I make mistakes and save them so I'll know what not to do the next time.If you have any [positive] comments or suggestions about this site, please feel free to share. There are many bloggers out there who have greater experience than I. … Continue reading Oops!