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Susan’s Stalkers – Double The Fear

I’ve decided to publish this full length cozy mystery/suspense/thriller first. The tentative publication is November 2023. I’ll be sending out announcements of the publication and presales.

This novel will be Book #1 in the Susan’s Stalkers series. Book #2 will be Susan’s Stalkers – Road Rage Dolls, Someone is Stalking And Murdering Road Rage Drivers. Book #3 will be Susan’s Stalkers – Exercise in Fear.

To view a synopsis and part of the prologue of this novel, click on the title link above.

The cover was done by Donika of Art of Donika. She did a fabulous job.



Below is the image of the FINAL draft of the book cover:

This book has been put on the back burner. I hope to publish this book some time in 2024.

I would like to give credit to the woman who designed this fantastic cover. Art of Donika is the name of her book cover design company. Donika is very talented and pays attention to every detail. She takes the time to make sure the cover design is exactly what the customer wants. Her prices are fair and reasonable. Here is the link to her site.

You can read the Synopsis and ALL of Chapter One of this book in the book page in this site. Click on the following link:

Warning! Cave Exploration Forbidden


Go Marvin! You Can Make it.

Marvin Mouse is late to his birthday party. As he runs through the field trying to get to Farmer Jack’s barn where the party is being held, he falls into a deep hole.

This story is now published as an eBook in PDF format as a FREE to download from this site so “scurry” on over to Marvin’s site to subscribe to my website and download the full eBook story. Just click on the Blue link above.


Future Short Stories!


The Confederate Soldier’s Uniform and the Crinoline Hoop Dress

The Confederate Soldier's Uniform and the Crinoline Hoop Dress

This short story will be published soon. It’s a fantasy about Beauregard Ancload III and Cheryl Lee Manfred, a young engaged couple attending the Savannah State University in Savannah, Georgia.

In their class on History of Civil War Battles, they are assigned a story to read and give a report on whether they think the story is true or just a folk lore legend. The story is about the sad demise of a Confederate Army soldier and his fiance during a Civil War battle just outside of Savannah.

They decide to make a day of it and travel to the field where the battle had been fought. Walking through the fields by the Washington River, they discover a Confederate Army soldier’s uniform and a pink crinoline hoop dress lying partially buried in the ground with tall grass growing around them.

When Beau and Cheryl Lee take the garments home and lay them out to study, they make another even more surprising discovery.


Destiny and Fate Await

The next short story is a love story about a single woman and a single man both in their 70’s who live 1,600 miles apart. Destiny and fate step in.

They meet online in a seniors singles site. They instantly bond by email and phone. Not long after, they meet in person and fall deeply in love.

This is a PARTIALLY TRUE story folks. This actually happened to me. Names and places have been changed for anonymity purposes.


Posted Short Stories and Articles

Short Story posted Monday, 9/02/19Go Marvin. You can Make it This story is about a mouse who falls into a deep hole running to a picnic in his honor.  How do his family and friends rescue him?

Short Story posted Thursday, 8/29/19:  Breathe Cathy, Breathe.  About a woman who enters one contest after another hoping to win the prize of her dreams. Her home is soon filled with boxes of items she won. Her husband comes up with a plan to end her obsession, but it backfires on him.

Short Story posted, August 20, 2019:  Wally, is that You?  This story is about a women whose fiance was murdered six years before. But she keeps seeing him everywhere she goes. She claims he is still alive.

Synopsis and the first Chapter of Warning! Cave Exploration Forbidden:  Posted August 9, 2020

Posted Sunday, March 4, 2018Easy way to enter information into internet or form fields.

SECRETARIAL WORK YOU CAN DO AT HOME:  If you are interested in working part time at home, be sure to read the four-part articles below:

Posted Sunday, January 7, 2018: Secretarial work you can do at home – Part 1 of 4: Introduction. In the introduction I describe jobs 1 through 14 of 43 secretarial jobs you can do at home.

Posted Sunday, January 14, 2018: Secretarial work you can do at home – Part 2 of 4: Secretarial jobs 15 through 29.

Posted Sunday, January 21, 2018: Secretarial work you can do at home – Part 3 of 4: Secretarial jobs 30 through 43.

Posted Sunday, January 28, 2018: Secretarial work you can do at home – Part 4: Types of customers who can provide you with work you can do at home.

Posted Sunday, December 31:  Medical Information Cards and Personal list – Part 2: List of information to add

Posted Sunday, December 24:  Medical Information Cards and Personal list – Part 1: Instructions – How to create the cards

Posted Sunday, December 17:  Making dictated changes in typed documents

Posted Sunday, December 10:  Timing your work for billing or personal purposes.

Posted Sunday, December 3: Part 7 of How to Create a Family History Journal.  Information about the various ways you can save your book as well as copying, printing and publication options. 

Posted Sunday, November, 26: Part 6 of How to Create a Family History Journal.  Putting it all together ready for copying, printing or publication.

Posted Sunday, November 19: Part 5 of How to Create a Family History Journal.  Information and a list of things and ideas regarding what to write about… what to include in each article.

Posted Sunday, November 12: Part 4 of How to Create a Family History Journal. How to organize and catalog all the information you’ve gathered in preparation for writing the stories and articles.

Posted Sunday, November 5: Part 3 of How to Create a Family History Journal. A suggested list of pictures and documents to gather first.

Posted Sunday, October 29: Part 2 of How to Create a Family History Journal. Steps and procedures for gathering information to get started.

Posted–Sunday, Octobert 22: Part 1, The Introduction of How to Create a Family History Journal.  I also include the history behind how I came to write this series.


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Susan’s Stalkers – Double The Fear will be my first publication in 2023. This novel is to be the first in a series of Susan’s Stalkers novels about people who are being stalked. They turn to Susan through her web site for help. The series will also follow Susan’s life and her best friend Marilyn’s from engagement through marriage, having children and beyond. Excerpts from the story and the first part of Chapter One will be posted in the post here in this site. Click on the link above to read them.


My novel to be published in 2024, title Road Rage Dolls: Someone is Murdering Road Rage Drivers updates will be posted in this site.

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  1. I loved your post about making medical cards. Your post made it seem so easy. I’ll be back to read more.

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