Expert crackshot Maddie Campbell will do whatever it takes to survive in this female Robin-Hood-of-the-Old-West story - including evading bounty-hunter-for-hire Scott McSween who's intent on bringing her in.
A sweet and sexy vignette from Staci Troilo!
I know… seeing an Italian greeting on an Irish post is just weird, right? Couldn’t help myself. That’s how I always greet my friends.
Today, I should have said: Dia dhaoibh ar maidin. (It’s pronounced like this: JEE-uh DEE-iv air MA-jin and means “good morning.”)
Heck with it. Here’s a greeting that works for any of us:
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
I know I focus a lot on my Italian heritage, but I’m also part Irish. A fact I should celebrate more and never fail to celebrate on March 17.
Because of that, a few years ago, I decided to write a series of vignettes honoring (some of) my dad’s roots. I ended up with twelve, one for each month. That series was edited into Laci and Del: 12 Months, 12 Chances.
Here’s an excerpt from the March vignette:
On Monday evening, Laci’s doorbell rang…
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"Sharon Sala is a consummate storyteller."—DEBBIE MACOMBER, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author for A Piece of My Heart Every storm they've weathered...has led them to each other Dan Amos lost his wife and son years ago, when they inadvertently got in the way of a death threat meant for him. He's never had eyes for anyone since, [...]
Today we have the blog tour of THE STAND-IN BOYFRIEND by Emma Doherty! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today! Title: The Stand-In Boyfriend Author: Emma Doherty Genre: Contemporary Romance About The Stand-In Boyfriend: Livy Chapman is in love with Jessie Stephenson. It’s that simple. She has been for years [...]
A beautiful story of a mother and daughter’s eternal love by Sally Cronin- A must read!
There are a number of very good reasons to participate in writing challenges. It hones your skills, it showcases your writing, and it forges connections with other writers here in blogland.
One of the challenges that I am enjoying is from Diana Wallace Peach and here is The March speculative fiction prompt
A moment of alignment
The child walked the darkened streets unafraid of the shadows. With bare feet, she disregarded the grit and gravel underfoot, and skimmed across the surface of the odd puddle or two in her path. Her shoulders were back, and her head held high, with arms swinging confidently by her side. A faint smile touched her lips as the ring around the moon glowed brighter.
It was almost time for the perfect alignment of sun and the moon and for a brief moment there would be a window of opportunity. She only had minutes to…
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A simply beautiful post on love from Robbie Cheadle ❤
Time to enjoy the third post in children’s/YA author and poet Robbie Cheadle series of posts from her archives. Apart from her creative writing, Robbie is also a fabulous baker and you will enjoy visiting her online bakery
This week Robbie shares a post that she wrote on 9th of February 2017 which was her sixteenth Wedding Anniversary…
Today is my wedding anniversary. This morning, sixteen years ago, my family home was in an uproar. My three sisters, my mom, my soon to be sister-in-law and I were having a lovely day preparing for my wedding. It was a day of complete spoiling as we all had our hair done at home by a hairdresser, who was also a friend and who was coming to the wedding, had flattering make up applied by a professional make-up artist and had lots of lovely photographs taken by a professional photographer.
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