Tag Archives: Michigan

Tuesday Tales – #TT1 – Write

Welcome to Tuesday Tales!! Marshall clicked the zoom button on the screen and the Bigfoot cast enlarged in front of him. Why would someone steal the original? His phone beeped from where he’d tossed it. Jaiden. He smiled and tapped the answer button. As her voice greeted him. His smile grew even bigger. Hilde would […]

Tuesday Tales – #TT1 – #picture

Welcome to Tuesday Tales!!   I’m jumping forward a bit because the picture fit so well.   “This would be a good place to look for the Karner Blue,” Jaiden said, unclasping the top of her bag and extracting her camera. “What should I look for?” Marshall asked. “Blue wings around an inch to two […]

Tuesday Tales – #TT1 – Beat

Welcome to Tuesday Tales!! I know it’s been a few weeks. Colds, doctor appointments, and snow days have gotten in the way. Here’s hoping we can get back on track with Buck’s story.   Buck found Penny stationed at the reception desk bright and early the following morning. He’d known she would keep her word, […]

Tuesday Tales – #TT1 – Pretty

Welcome to Tuesday Tales!! Catching up with the Christmas story this week. Check back next week for the ending!   Lacey recalled the evening. Her anticipation of meeting Tom for the special question he’d hinted at in the note. How she’d fixed her hair and makeup so meticulously. How she’d spent the extra time to […]

Tuesday Tales – #TT1 – Evil

Welcome to Tuesday Tales!!   A man huddled next to a bale of hay with a Great Dane trying to bury its head into the bale. A crack of thunder shook the barn. The dog reversed and sprinted around the open area, banking off the bales and kicking up chaff. An open stall door swung […]

Thursday Snippets – Featuring Meg Mims

Today we are featuring fellow Astraea Press author and Michigander, Meg Mims, and her Valentine’s story, Key to Love. Excerpt: Someone jarred her shoulder. Jennette stumbled on her stiletto heels, lurching sideways, but a strong warm hand shot out to catch her arm. Heat flooded her cheeks. She glanced up at the tall, wiry man […]