If you’re looking for short stories that make you chuckle, poems that bring you comfort, and passionate thoughts that give you pause, you’ve come to the right place. Fair warning, I’m a hopeless romantic, an incurable optimist, and I insist on knowing both sides of a story before coming to a conclusion, a fact that often drives my husband of 49 years a little nuts when he’s trying to make a point.
I’m retired , have a remarkable daughter who is engaged to a terrific guy, and love life in the midwest. My daughter and I often weave baskets together. This is my favorite one my daughter made and I’m going to attempt to make one for myself soon.
My husband and I also offer occasional hotel service to our lovable grand dog, Hammie, who by the way, saved my life in one of my fictional stories. Check out my The Finishing Touch blog post if you love dogs.
The first two novels in The Dahlonega Sisters series have been published. These fictional middle-age women live in the quaint historical town that claims the recognition for being the first gold rush in the United States. If you enjoy light-hearted slice of life stories, mystery, and romance, you’ll enjoy getting to know them. The Dahlonega Sisters (2 books) Kindle Edition (amazon.com) They are also available in paperback anywhere books are sold http://TheDahlonegaSisters.com
What’s next? The Dahlonega Sisters, Golden Opportunities. Stay tuned for more in 2021.
I’m also working on Burning Embers, a romantic suspense I wrote it during NANOWRIMO (National Novel Writing Month). Here’s a little glimpse:
Brittany Harbor nearly died in a horrific automobile accident that claimed her father’s life. Skilled surgeons transform her physical appearance to reflect the gorgeous daughter her mother always wanted, yet no one is able to heal the invisible scars that grip her heart. Moving from Manhattan to a remote cabin in Nevada was meant to bring her peace and solitude. Fate has other plans.
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Diane M How