I’d like to announce the release of my paranormal suspense novel, EMBRACED BY THE…
I love this time of year - lights, decorations, holiday tunes, and even...get ready for it...the MALLS!!!! It's just so festive and fun. This year, I decided to inundate myself with Christmas cheer and channel it into a short story just in time for the holidays. I watched the Hallmark channel incessantly for inspiration, and I hope you love the end result. If you're looking for a sexy, short read with all the feels, check out Christmas in Cabo, FREE on KINDLE UNLIMITED!!!!…Continue
Added by Kristen Luciani on November 29, 2016 at 11:27am — No Comments
When some of us were children, we wanted to be ballerinas or cowboys or astronauts. We wanted to be teachers or parents or scientists. When I was a little girl, I wanted to be shorter.
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The 14 stories in this collection range from the melancholic, lyrically written “The Taste of Cherries,” to the chilling “The Train,” to a character study of isolation mingled…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on November 12, 2014 at 9:40am — No Comments
If you’re a fan of romance stories, this holiday season treat yourself to The Love List, a series of interconnected stories about four best friends who come up with an unusual plan — the “love list” — to find romance and how they find true love in a small town. To put it simply, each drops a name of a nice guy their friends may like into a basket,…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on November 6, 2014 at 6:44am — No Comments
Genre: Short Stories, Fantasy, Fairy Tales
Author: Cindy Lynn Speer
Publisher: Dragonwell Publishing
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Added by Mayra Calvani on November 3, 2014 at 8:11am — No Comments
About the Book: An un-named black girl finds awakening of love in her barren life. A young girl samples a first kiss with a young man after having a fright at the seaside in 1924. Two couples go through the hopes and anxieties of child adoption, finding they have…Continue
Added by Susan Keefe on July 11, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments
When I hear the word Campbell’s my mind goes back to a simpler time. A time when the biggest decision of the day was what type of cereal I should have for breakfast. When my day would consist of play and not coming home till the street light came on, when there were no iPhones, emails to check, or bills to pay. When I hear the word Campbell’s I think of childhood and warm tomato soup with grilled cheese sandwiches, warm cheesy chicken casseroles, etc. Campbell’s was definitely a…Continue
Now is Your Time My husband and I have been doing a lot of research lately on life insurance. We know it is something important to have, especially now that we have a baby. If anything were to happen to either of us, we want to make sure that our sweet baby is taken care of. A woman came into our home the other day to talk about our medical history and to do a medical exam on us. As we were filling out the paper work, I realized something. Rewind eight years ago. My husband (boyfriend at the…Continue
Added by Danielle Davis on January 30, 2014 at 1:40pm — No Comments
If the roll is empty, change it. If it looks like it might be getting empty, change it. If you think that there may even be a remote chance that there are only two squares left, grab a new roll and (wait for it)... CHANGE it!
There's nothing quite like reaching over to find an empty roll of toilet paper after you've finished doing your business; but somehow it happens,…Continue
Added by Lisa René LeClair on December 9, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
My mother has a new hobby! My birthday was a few days ago and my mother brought me two gifts from NY. I thought it was a strawberry short cake from my favorite bakery. They smelled sooooo gooooooood, and just as I was about to dig in, I decided to eat a strawberry first. The strawberry would not separate from the rest of the cake, so I was confused...…
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A native of Southern Colorado, John Paul Jaramillo now lives, writes and teaches in Springfield, Illinois. He has an MFA in creative writing from Oregon State University, and presently holds the position of Associate Professor of…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on December 2, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
Old Lord Mitchell pushes his son John to partake in the running of the family’s mill and estate on a daily basis, but how can John run a factory successfully when he can barely read? After…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on October 16, 2012 at 10:53am — No Comments
My little brother was born today. He woke Mom up at three o’clock in the morning because he wanted to come out of her tummy. I was asleep so I didn’t know he was going to be born today. When I woke up, Grandma said, “Good morning,” and told me I was a big brother today. She made my favorite breakfast, yummy waffles with syrup and chocolate milk. How did she know that was my…Continue
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Set against the backdrop of Puerto Rico, Belgium, Turkey, and the US, these seven stories range from the mysterious to the paranormal to the bizarre.
Now on Kindle for only $.99!
Added by Mayra Calvani on October 19, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments
For several years, Aneeta Sundararaj has been helping writers through her website with countless articles, reviews and interviews. Now, she has compiled all her experience and expertise in her new book for beginner writers, How to Tell a Great Story.
After a brief introduction, Sundararaj takes beginners through all the steps necessary to become a great storyteller, from vital preparation, to…Continue
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I found an old photo the other night - one of me and my mom, holding my then-baby daughter. My mom is smiling and my daughter is giggling, but I couldn't really look at either one of them.
I was distracted. Distracted by ....my hair. Perhaps I was being overly critical, but it looked absolutely awful. Scarecrow-in-Wizard-of-Oz awful.I mean, it looked like maybe I accidentally cut it in my sleep. The best way I can describe it is to say that it was short and shaggy and square. With…
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