When you’re in need of an enjoyable escape the authors I’m highlighting today know how to deliver.
D. L. Finn writes fantasy realism with a flair for the supernatural.
D.L. Finn is an independent California local who encourages everyone to embrace their inner child. She was born and raised in the foggy Bay Area, but in 1990 relocated with her husband, kids, dogs, and cats to the Sierra foothills in Nevada City, CA. She immersed herself in reading all types of books, but especially loved romance, horror, and fantasy. She always treasured creating her own reality on paper. Finally, being surrounded by towering pines, oaks, and cedars, her creativity was nurtured until it bloomed. Her creations vary from children’s books, young adult fantasy, and adult paranormal romance to an autobiography with poetry. She continues on her adventures with an open invitation for her readers to join her.
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When Steve stumbles across his missing friend’s wacky blog, it reads like a conspiracy theory, but the overriding question is whether it’s fact or fiction?
Steve’s determination to discover the truth leads him down a dangerous path that will change his life forever.
D. L. Finn takes our fascination with Bigfoot in a new and fascinating direction you’ll have to read to believe!
Sally Cronin writes whimsical, witty, wonderful tales of everyday lives with twist.
Sally Cronin is the author of fifteen books including her memoir Size Matters: Especially when you weigh 330lb first published in 2001. This has been followed by another fourteen books both fiction and non-fiction including multi-genre collections of short stories and poetry.
After leading a nomadic existence exploring the world, she now lives with her husband on the coast of Southern Ireland enjoying the seasonal fluctuations in the temperature of the rain.
From the first line, I was hooked on this anthology of page-turning short stories.
Entertaining accounts of love, betrayal, self-worth, and even talking animals take us on a journey of enlightenment. Each tale is geared toward making the most of your life- after all, you only get one.
Sally Cronin writes with a witty humor that reads well and brings three-dimensional characters to each story. Many of the stories are relatable and give us something to consider in ways we, too, can make changes for our health and welfare.
Are you a fan of short stories?