Tag Archives: Warden’s Lantern

Guest at Kristena Tunstall’s blog

I’m talking about The Warden’s Lantern at Kristena Tunstall’s blog today. Hop over and say hi! www.kristenatunstall.com

#SixSunday – The Warden’s Lantern

From The Warden’s Lantern: The whirl and whine of the wind blocked any animal sounds. Not a bird tweeted nor an owl hooted. The bluish light swirled toward her, casting a conical brightness into the growing dark. She squinted into the twilight. Was it a figure, maybe a person, behind the light? She couldn’t tell […]

#SweetSat – The Warden’s Lantern – #excerpt

Another chance to preview a bit of The Warden’s Lantern: Her body smashed through briars and dried leaves and she hoped no poison ivy. Tumbling through a wild raspberry bush, her glasses flew off her face. She came to a halt against the trunk of a scraggly tree. Her exposed skin stung in slashes where the […]

#SixSunday – The Warden’s Lantern

From The Warden’s Lantern: Barbara Milanowski adjusted the motion setting on her camera and snapped another shot of the trail. She wrapped the strap around her wrist and wandered a few yards along the road— if it could be called that anymore. Weeds grew up through the middle and crowded in from the sides. A […]

Guest Blogging at Anne Patrick’s Blog today

I’m sharing a bit of The Warden’s Lantern at Anne Patrick’s blog today (http://www.annepatrick.weebly.com). Come on by and join the fun!

New book, special sale and much more!

There’s so much exciting stuff going on today. It’s almost unbelievable. First, The Warden’s Lantern released yesterday. This short story is a spin-off of Hauntings of the Heart and tells the story of how Barbara and Elmer got their start. You can get your e-copy on Amazon or  directly from the publisher, Astraea Press. I’d […]

Exciting News!

Astraea Press agreed to publish my short story, The Warden’s Lantern!! I don’t have any details about when it will be released, but here are a couple sentences from the opening: Barbara Milanowski adjusted the motion setting on her camera and snapped another shot of the trail. She wrapped the strap around her wrist and […]

Sweet Saturday Samples

Here’s another snippet from the short story about Barbara and Elmer. She squeezed her eyes shut to shove away the pain, then carefully patted the ground for her glasses. Unfortunately, they had landed somewhere not within the swoop of her arm. “Fudge!” Without them, she was as blind as a marble statue. Gingerly, examining every […]

A Fabulous Writers’ Retreat

Last weekend, W. S. Gager, Tess Grant and I arranged our first writers’ retreat. It was fabulous (and not just because I didn’ t have to wipe anyone’s bum for twenty-four hours.). We had time to catch up on all the things going on in our lives, the progress on our current works in progress, […]