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I’m pleased as punch to share some great news from my writers group, Humble Fiction Café.

Publishing Success!

Death by Dorlana Vann

Representing the death card in Tease Publication’s Dark Tarot Series, this is a two-in-one novel containing Jaclyn’s Ghost and Passage to Mesentia. Two great paranormal novels in one book, click here for details and brief descriptions of both stories. Available now at Barnes and Noble or Amazon.

A Cup of Comfort for Dog Lovers II by Colleen Sell

This is a collection of fifty great dog stories. Susan H. Miller contributed The Dachshund That (Almost) Conquered the World, a most enjoyable story for dog lovers everywhere. Available now at Barnes and Noble or Amazon.

I encourage you to purchase these books and enjoy the talent of both Dorlana and Sue!

Other Success!

Kelli Meyer was accepted into the esteemed Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop. They only accept 16 students each year, so it’s quite an accomplishment to be accepted into this six-week writing program.

Way to go Dorlana, Sue and Kelli!

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I’ve been remiss in updating this blog, and even worse, in working on the novel. I was distracted in that I was working to keep one of my New Year’s Resolutions – the resolution to post a minimum of one short story each quarter on my blog.

Sadly, I am a slow, meticulous writer.

Joyfully, I am now free to refocus on the novel.

I invite you to read my newest short story, The Middle Child. The feedback I’ve received to date has been positive, but the thing I’ve noticed most is the frequency in which I’ve heard people say they know someone like my character Heather.

What about you? Do you know someone like Heather? What other feedback do you have on the story?

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