Hi everybody! I’m working hard to get this story finished. Until then, I hope you enjoy the other two Corral books. Both are available on Amazon.com and are free for KindleUnlimited subscribers.
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
For your reading enjoyment, may I present “The Woodpecker,” a short, inspirational story graciously provided by author Dana K. Ray from her book, A Word: Ordinary Days With an Extraordinary God. Enjoy… The hardest lessons for me are the ones when I look back and see, what I like to call a duh moment. When the … Continue reading The Woodpecker by Dana K. Ray
Happy Valentines Day! My good friend, author Linda Robinson, has been married for over 60 years. I love her fictional characters, Nellie and Herman, who so apty paint laugh-out-loud pictures that illustrate what it’s like to be in a long-term marital relationships. Here’s one of Linda’s tales… Enjoy! Old Memories A satire on aging by … Continue reading Old Memories