Monthly Archives: May 2014

Here is my winning story from Saints and Sinners – thrilled to be included in this fine anthology -love feedback

Corset By Sally Bellerose “Hey, Mac.” Jackie has called the Hawaiian guy who owns China Express Mac for as long as she’s known him. It might be his name, but she doubts it. She has heard others call him Ho … Continue reading

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Agnostic Prayers

I am a raised-Catholic agnostic who prays, to who(m) or what I pray I can not say. Writing on my screen porch just now, two women with bibles drove up and spoke to me through the screen. “May we recite … Continue reading

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Why Write ABout Old Ladies Behaving Badly?

Thanks to generous friend and fabulous writer Bett Norris for tagging me to join this discussion about the writing process. I loved her first two books Miss McGhee and What’s Best for Jane. Can’t wait to read her next … Continue reading

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