Story Update: Chapter 9 of The Engine

I hope you enjoy this week’s chapter!


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Story Update: The Engine, Chapter 3

The good news?  I have a chapter for you!

The bad news?  I won’t have one next week.  I’ll be traveling and visiting family this week & getting home with only enough time to get to work.

I hope this week’s chapter tides you over until Dec. 2.  Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday–if you celebrate.  If not, have a great two weeks!

I do celebrate Thanksgiving, and I was always taught to say what I’m thankful for.  Just so you know:  I’m grateful for everyone who reads my work and shares in my Eric/Sookie stories.  You all make my life better.  And I’m especially grateful when you let me know what you think about my work.

So–in gratitude for you–I have a new picture of Alexander Skarsgård for you to click in order to access the next chapter.  In this picture, he’s just so . . . sigh.  🙂


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Chapter 9

Dirty Lemons

I’m over winter and it isn’t even officially here yet. Meanwhile my heart hurts for everyone in California who is dealing with these awful fires. Thankfully my dear Missy is out of harm’s way but there have been so many who aren’t so lucky. Bless the firefighters who are out there putting their lives on the line to help put an end to this. If any of our readers are out in California, we hope you’re safe.

Chapter 9: Yankee Doodle Dandy

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Story Update: Chapter 2 of The Engine is ready!


I hope you all had a good week.  I have this week’s chapter for you.  However, I want to take a moment to thank those of you who are still following my work–and especially sticking with me into the third part of this series.  Many of you post comments every time, and I feel like I know you–like you’re part of my writing routine.  I still get a lot of pleasure from writing, and I’m honored that many of you get pleasure from reading.

My honor is doubled whenever I hear that a veteran or active service duty soldier is a fan.  Along the same lines, I always smile when I learn that my work has helped family members of deployed soldiers pass some time.  My father retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Air Force, and I’m very proud of him.  He sacrificed a lot of himself as…

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