Sneak Peek: Love’s True Second Chance

Today we have a sneak peek from Love’s True Second Chance, a memoir by Jeff Dawson.

How many remember their first true love? The constant feeling of butterflies dancing in your stomach each time that special love smiled at you or the anticipation of going to the movies, a walk or of more importance, parking? And what of the terrible break-up? Can those age old memories of hurt be placed in check to give love a second chance knowing he/she could slip through your fingers again, but this time, not by choice—cancer. Is worth giving your heart to them one more time knowing the pain of loss will eclipse the pain of the past? YES!

This book is available from Amazon and Smashwords.

Here is an excerpt from Love’s True Second Chance

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Book Brief: Cairo Caper

Cairo Caper
by Barbara Silkstone
Genre: Comedy Adventure
Word count: 52K
Part-time tomb raider and full-time real estate broker, Wendy Darlin joins her lover, archaeologist Roger Jolley, in a quest for Cleopatra’s tomb. All they have to do is get from Cairo to the Temple of Taporisi Magna alive. Armed only with a couple of hijacked ashtrays and faced with a trek across the blazing Sahara desert can Wendy out-maneuver Russian oligarchs, a dozen Dark Force mercenaries, and Roger’s chubby ex-girlfriend in time to find the tomb and seal it before chaos erupts in Egypt?

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Flash Fiction Challenge: Watching the Watcher

Photo by K.S. Brooks

Kit Rivers, celebrated wildlife photographer, watched and waited from her vantage point on the low, wooded ridge near the water.

It had been a good outing. She’d gotten great pics of bear, elk, foxes, and wolves. This moose was a bonus shot. Unfortunately, her camera’s batteries were running low.

It was unfortunate because this was the last picture she snapped before she turned around to realize the whole time she was watching the wildlife, she was also being watched.

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.

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