When history touches the present through an old ghost town, its cemetery, and an ancestral piece of furniture passed down through the ages, a story connecting two generations and eras unfolds. Chicago, 2015. One year after her divorce, Chicago antique dealer Rose Beecham suddenly acquires a beautiful 19th century dressing table at auction. Intending to... Continue Reading →
Mini Flash Fiction: The Undoing
"If you could take it all back, would you?"
2018 Reading List (So far!)
Hello ladies and gents- how's 2018 treating you? Me? I am alive, and have an itchy writing finger. It's like a trigger finger, you kno-- Okay, yep, it sounded weird. Anyway. I'm compiling my TBR list for the year, and I wanted to share what I've got so far, and see what YOU have! I've... Continue Reading →