Sneak Peek: Second Lisa

Today we have a sneak peek from the historical fiction novel by author Veronica Knox: Second Lisa.

Second Lisa is a work of biographical fiction – a paranormal account of Leonardo da Vinci’s sister, Lisabetta. Author Veronica Knox uncovers the lost identity of two ‘Mona Lisa’ portraits painted side-by-side, reveals a pattern of historic reincarnation, and chronicles the parallel lives of two women who lived five-hundred years apart. Art imitates life… life duplicates art… death goes on.

Second Lisa is available from Amazon and Amazon UK.

And now, an excerpt from Second Lisa

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Fighting the Good Fight

Guest post
by Ritu Gupta

I love gardening. I plant my seeds and nurture them through the most delicate stage of their evolution. I plant them in nutrient rich soil and water them sparingly. I put them in a warm and sunny spot and let them cook.

The seeds discover their own truth within and believe in it strongly enough to break through the soil that cocoons. They learn to grow within, expanding their roots so that they can stand tall expressing their own authentic natures. Continue reading “Fighting the Good Fight”

Flash Fiction Challenge: Amish Hit Job

Photo by K. S. Brooks

Seth and Amos and I saw the fancy rig waiting outside as we walked up. The driver sat there stoically, waiting for his passenger to return.

There was no mistaking it. This was the Amish mafia. Somebody must’ve failed to show up to the midnight barn raising.

Now there would be a shunning going on – a brutal shunning, indeed. To our everlasting shame, we averted our eyes and quickly walked by.

Yet, we were not to escape unscathed. As we turned the corner, we saw the carriage start our way. The driver’s eyes bore at us. Just when it seemed there was no escape…

In 250 words or less, tell us a story incorporating the elements in the picture. The 250 word limit will be strictly enforced.

Please keep language and subject matter to a PG-13 level.

Use the comment section below to submit your entry. Entries will be accepted until Tuesday at 5:00 PM Pacific Time. Continue reading “Flash Fiction Challenge: Amish Hit Job”