I watched the CMA’s again this year. A child of the 1970’s and 80’s, I grew up watching country music shows, beauty pageants, variety shows, the Oscars, and yes, I watched the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon for… Read More ›
Posted by Teri Skultety
The week that Tom Petty died, I was already at a loss for words.
I am in the final stages of making my “Loralee” novella available again. I plan to make this one as inexpensive to purchase as possible. It will be available in paperback and on kindle, a month or less from now… Read More ›
I like things with heart.
And they wore shades of pink, of mauve and aubergine, Sitting in the front row, too close to the screen, as shades of silver night slipped like filtered glitter around their feet, and they never looked at one another, so… Read More ›
Chapter Thirty-Two Talessia grabbed a cup of coffee at the little service station two miles up the road from the motel and buttoned her blouse straight. She had become, perhaps, too familiar with these places. The broken neon of the… Read More ›