FISH BAIT – Short Story Series Continued

This shorty is based on “Crazy Woman Camp”, an abandoned campsite I discovered while hiking in southern Arizona. It’s also featured in my collection “Road Tales”, available in print and ebook at Amazon. The Lore: Crazy Woman Camp, Why, AZ In the far reaches of southern Arizona, just above Organ Pipe National Monument, lies the […]

Short Story Series continues with Unmarked Graves

Time for another Short Story in my ongoing series. You can read more tales here. Or learn about additional myth and lore from my travels in Road Tales – Myth, Lore and Curiosities from America’s Back Roads. Enjoy! Old Mortimer Cemetery, Mortimer, NC The Lore: Mortimer, North Carolina was a thriving logging town in the early […]

Short Story Series: Picher Perfect

The Lore: Northeastern Oklahoma is often called “Green Country” because of the abundance of man made lakes and heavily treed rolling hills. Tucked away just a few miles from the Kansas border lies Picher, a modern day ghost town described by one local news source as “The biggest environmental disaster you’ve never heard of”. Picher […]

Short Story Series: War Pony

This is the second in a series of short stories based on myth and lore from my book, Road Tales. Hope you enjoy it! The Lore: Ghost Horses of Palo Duro Canyon, TX Palo Duro Canyon near Amarillo, Texas exhibits breathtaking views of colorful rock formations, deep sloping walls and an abundance of native trees and […]

Who’s Your Favorite Leading Lady?

Author Beverley Bateman is talking about heroines during the month of May at her blog. I was honored to be interviewed about this voluminous topic even though we barely scratched the surface. Please join me as I discuss my favorite heroines! I’d love to hear about your favorites . . . and why you think these ladies are […]