Yes, I need your help once again choosing 2 cover models. I am going to update two of my book covers and need reader feedback. Both stories are Christmas novellas and I need two models. One story is more serious … Continue reading →
Here’s the Excerpt from my novella “Winter Homecoming,” part of the Christmas Eve Kisses Novella Collection.
Christmas Day, 1930
Why couldn’t life go according to plan? In the stark moonlight at the railroad freight yard, Will Gustafson sheltered his ears in his upturned collar against the bitter December wind. They called Chicago the Windy City and they weren’t wrong. In the distance he heard an engine idling. Relief flickered within him. Even late on Christmas Day, the trains were running.
At least something in this country was still working. He’d hoped the feared railroad guards or “bulls” he’d read about in the Tribune would be busy celebrating in their warm office and he could make his escape without meeting them. He didn’t know how to jump a freight, but he’d learn how tonight.Continue reading →
Maybe you missed it but I’ve been soliciting feedback about a cover and a title for my latest novella, “Winter Homecoming.” It debuts this week in an EBOOK holiday collection, along with holiday novellas by Margaret Daley, Lacy Williams, and Brenda Minton.Continue reading →
My guest today is author Michelle Stimpson and she is going to share one of the coolest things! here’s Michelle: 1930-40’s “One of the coolest things about spending time with my grandmother is when she starts reminiscing about things she … Continue reading →