How far would you go to get back what was rightfully yours?
Rayne Rhymes worked hard to earn enough credits to buy her ship, the Bodicea.
Under Deneb law, all of Rayne’s possessions belong to her scoundrel husband, even after their divorce.
Rayne’s husband makes her an offer: do him one small favor and he’ll return her ship.
This short story, A Small Favor, gives one woman’s answer.
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The older I get the faster time flies. I wonder if it’s because when I was a child I lived in the moment, and as an adult I have a constant running list of things I want/need to accomplish?
I’m working to get back to that living in the moment mindset. I truly believe it is the key to a happy life.
I went back and reviewed my goals for 2017 and was quite pleased to see that I met more than half of them. I consider that a huge win since I always come up with more goals than I can possibly achieve unless I work all the time. That’s just not going to happen. Life needs to be lived. Read More »
I’ve been busy trying to catch up with marketing and publishing—both of which require new programs and courses and climbing learning curves. Some days I feel that I might as well just beat my head against a wall, that’s how little progress I make. But persistence pays off, as it does in all avenues of life, and I’m slowly climbing the curves. The bad thing for me is that it all takes time away from my writing, which is the part of this job that I like best. Read More »
I’ve been so busy writing that I forgot all about updating my latest releases. (All of these books with descriptions can be found under the appropriate pages on this site.)
First, I released two new books in the Junkyard Dog short novel series: Read More »
Sarah lives a good life. She owns a nice home. She is artistically talented and intelligent. Has friends and family to count on when needed. In short, she lives a good life.
But what I hear from her mouth is a lot of “I can’t” and “I don’t,” two phrases that absolutely drive me up the wall. I want to shake her by the shoulders and tell her “you can” and “you do,” because, well, because it’s true. Read More »