Justice for Hattie Mayfair
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Twenty-two-year-old Rosanna Cabot is not your typical London socialite. Strictly opposed to the customary “marriage mart” where young women are pushed into arranged marriages by their parents or other adult caregivers, Rosanna uses her inheritance to purchace Honor’s Point, a luxurious home set upon acres of glorious property and uses it as her personal refuge. Not … Continue reading A Refuge for Rosanna
Years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, and seconds… As human beings, we’re always marking things on the calendar or glancing at the clock. Time is limited, and it is precious. While flipping through a newspaper, have you ever found yourself stopping to peruse the obituary page? I have. It’s strange, but after a peek at … Continue reading TIME
For your enjoyment, here’s a short story I’d written a couple of years ago that was printed in Green Prints magazine. Jim and I were very, very green as far as gardening was concerned when we first started out. Maybe some of you can relate. Get closer to the earth. That became our mantra when … Continue reading The Bronx Farmers
For the past few weeks I’ve been posting short pieces by several of my author friends. Today I have another one for you, this time by cozy mystery author, Beatrice Fishback. Mulit-published, and highly talented, Bea is a world traveler who, along with her husband, Jim, has spoken to audiences on several continents. A native New … Continue reading A Slice of Death