Rollercoaster through Hell

The weather echoes my mood. Dense fog and dreariness. Days… no, weeks of it. The wettest February we’ve had in recent history. It doesn’t help that I have the flu, and that my husband will be flying to the other side of the world in a couple of … [Read more...]

Red Curtains

Cleo Davis must find a model for her senior art project or she won’t graduate. When she discovers Lily Telfair-Gordon, she gets more than just an eccentric old woman who spouts famous quotes, talks to ghosts, and wears a weird hat. Lily has … [Read more...]

Meditations from a Claw-Foot Tub

While recently searching on-line for a cabin to rent for a writing sabbatical, I happened upon one that looked like just what the doctor ordered. The photos whetted my appetite: small, tucked between towering mountains within earshot of a rushing … [Read more...]