We’ve reached May, which in Central Texas means we’ve hit the end of bluebonnet season. There are still a few purple dots on the side of the road, but they’re not long for this world.
Because this is the internet, I won’t list all the lessons this spring afforded me. Some had to do with work. Others involved deadlines. Still others had to do with youth sports. (There’s a short speculative story in there somewhere with furious parents on the sidelines. Also, I always thought Katniss’s mother got short shrift in Hunger Games.)
Regardless, I’m grateful for another spring with wildflowers and honey bees.
- The anthology Tales of Superstition, Fear, and Doom is out, featuring my theatrical horror story “Justice Turns the Balance Scales.”
- That entitles me to my very own Amazon author page. Slim at present, hopefully positioned to soon grow longer!
2 thoughts on “So long, bluebonnets!”
Is there a print edition of Tales of Superstition, Fear, and Doom, or is it ebook only?
Heya! The publisher says they intend to release a print version but have hit some delays. Thanks for your interest!