Short Story; Escape

“Hold it in… Hold it in…” A surge of anxiety gripped Luna’s chest. She tried to soothe herself. “Don’t cry again! Not now!” Cities made her uneasy, but there was nowhere else to go. Her soul felt hollow and empty without her husband by her side. Losing Will and his crew in the mining accident…

The Farm Women’s Market

The market remains in 2018 – An inspiration to share from my hometown-   Adapted from “The Montgomery Farm Women’s Cooperative market” by Mary Charlotte Crook The Montgomery County Story, Volume 25, No. 3, August 1982 — http://www.farmwomensmarket.com On busy Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda, in the shadow of a modern, high-rise office building, stands a…

An Example of A Gripping Short Story 1949

Death of a Racehorse by W.C. Heinz – Published in The Sun, July 29, 1949 They were going to the post for the sixth race at Jamaica, two-year olds, some making their first starts, to go five and a half furlongs for a purse of four thousand dollars. They were moving slowly down the backstretch toward…

A Novel

So, I write. So, I travel. Is my writing a travel guide? No, it is not. I love to write fiction stories or shall I say novels. However, I must admit, I take my time. My first novel revolves around a German adoption in 1958, state department families, deceptions and hidden gems. The story takes…