An insidious hot bubbling from Lucas Remmer’s past started to rise inside his chest. He’d been out of practice blocking it out, a kid the last time it happened. But he felt it when he heard a scream come from inside a suspect’s house. They were there to […]
Wendi Knape lives in the greater Detroit area and is married to a very intelligent, wonderful man, which resulted in two smart, beautiful, girls that are the joy and laughter in her life. With a day job as a barista at a very popular coffee house, she has the time to dream up as many indecent sex scenes that her heart desires. Wendi, always ready to create, still finds time to paint, draw, and make jewelry, but never forgets Tuesday release day at the bookstore. There’s always another romance novel to read. You can find her at www.wendiknape.com or on www.deadwoodwriters.org.
Twitter: @wendjowrites or on FB: @wendiknapeauthor
This past December my Deadwood Writers Voices editor, John McCarthy, asked us if we were thinking ahead into 2018 and would we like to share what was on our minds for our writer’s life. There was also a post by Robin Covington on her Facebook page asking if […]
Wool. Rows and rows of wool. Everywhere. Audrey Cannon was going to fire the imbecile that screwed up this order. “Who orders this much wool!” Her hands flew up in the air and then her fingers dove into her hair and tugged. Hard. What she wanted to do […]
Voices. Millions of voices, chaotic noise, buzzed in her head. She couldn’t focus. She was scared. Pain infected everything. “Paddles! We’re losing her!” Darkness. She slowly became aware. The edge of a storm, a line that blends the white and blue horizon into gray, abstract parts seen coming. […]
Breaching the thick silence hanging in the air, Felicity Marcum opens her car door. A shiver strolls across her exposed skin, and her heart pounds. Her feet to the ground she takes one last glance over her shoulder to the gate that reads, Last Chance Cemetery. The light […]