Judith

Yesterday evening we had the pleasure of attending a celebration of our friend Judith Rosenberg's seventieth birthday. We first met Judith several years ago when she joined the 15 Minutes of Fame writing practice group. Through both her writing and our conversations over lunch, we've learned that she hails from New York, that she earned … Continue reading Judith

Ghost Story Late at Night

I dragged through yesterday because I'd stayed up late the night before, finishing Susan Hill's novel The Woman in Black.  I'd planned to get to bed at a decent hour but made the mistake of turning one page too many and, as so often happens in cases such as this,  all was lost. I couldn't stop reading … Continue reading Ghost Story Late at Night

Shadow Chasing Shadow

Today there were no clouds at all, but I could well imagine how magnificently the huge, brooding area of sky would look with gray, scudding rain and storm clouds lowering over the estuary, how it would be here in the floods of February time when the marshes turned to iron-gray and the sky seeped down … Continue reading Shadow Chasing Shadow

A Knotty Problem

 Yesterday Dominica felt faint, and Molly, my main character, steered her to a bench on the courthouse lawn and then dithered over what to do. She couldn't leave Dominica, but she thought asking a passerby (of which there were none at the time) for help sounded lame. Today, talking about treatments for migraines, one of my … Continue reading A Knotty Problem