Short Stories (Sign Up For Lori’s Letter to Receive Your Free Copies)
Thirteen-year-old Dot wants to be a child, but an act of violence shatters her innocence.
“I suppose the initial reaction is simply wow. I thought at the beginning Dot was a beautiful girl’s version of a Holden Caulfield-type character. But boy, oh boy. Poor little Dot was way more than just Holden hoping to be a catcher in the rye…. This is a story I am sure I will remember forever. I thank you for sharing.” — Don, Knoxville, Tennessee
“I just read your story and wow….It’s so beautiful! I can’t wait to read more from you.”
— Cindy, Rockville, Maryland
Robert Guise has no reason to fear an unexpected knock on the door or the trilling of his telephone…until he does.
“Such a beautiful story. What an amazing man. Although the sadness was always there, the love and commitment to his family helped him get up and live each day. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to read it.”
— Debbie, Charlottesville, Virginia
The Accidental Blogger
On October 2, my father would have been 91. When he died twelve years ago, my sister had the privilege of watching our father die. Yes, a privilege. But it took time before she could appreciate that fact. She couldn’t let the deathbed images go. Have you experienced something similar?
At 27, Elizabeth Bowerman walked away from her family and a religion that taught absolute, unquestioning allegiance to authority figures. Her parents now shun her, but at least she’s no longer captive.
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