Small Town Problems: Chapter 13 -Part 2/2


Need to catch up on previous installments first? Click here to go back to the main story page. I waited for a minute after knocking and she opened the door, warmly inviting me in. Her cat, Jake, immediately started purring and rubbed against my leg. I picked him up and pet him as we headedContinue reading “Small Town Problems: Chapter 13 -Part 2/2”

Small Town Problems: Chapter 13 -Part 1/2


Need to catch up on previous installments first? Click here to go back to the main story page. I never was a morning person, but Robert took it as a thing we had in common and that seemed to make him happy. In truth, the darkness reminded me of home. When I left we wereContinue reading “Small Town Problems: Chapter 13 -Part 1/2”

Small Town Problems: Chapter 12 -Part 2/2


Need to catch up on previous installments first? Click here to go back to the main story page. Several hours passed and I was putting everything back from going on a ride with Jasper around the property. Har’elday wasn’t back yet, which I thought was a bit on the odd side. I wiped down theContinue reading “Small Town Problems: Chapter 12 -Part 2/2”

Small Town Problems: Chapter 11 -Part 2/2


Need to catch up on previous installments first? Click here to go back to the main story page. “Robert!” He grumbled for a moment and I saw his hand clench and release. “I think I’m more confused now. How am I supposed to impress them when I have no accomplishments?” “There are often things moreContinue reading “Small Town Problems: Chapter 11 -Part 2/2”

Small Town Problems: Chapter 11 -Part 1/2


Need to catch up on previous installments first? Click here to go back to the main story page. Har’elday stepped down from the tractor and wiped his brow, “You really need to get one of those newer models with the air conditioning.”  I shook my head and laughed. It was early spring and the temperatureContinue reading “Small Town Problems: Chapter 11 -Part 1/2”

Small Town Problems: From Novella to Novel


Yes, you read that correctly! When I wrapped up my first novella project a couple of months ago (with the last part posting last Monday), Small Town Problems, I looked into getting it published. The biggest thing that hit me was that no one is really publishing Sci-Fi novellas. I thought long and hard aboutContinue reading “Small Town Problems: From Novella to Novel”