Nancy Cole Silverman is the author of Red Handed, an audio story published by WordPlaySound.com magazine and The Sunshine Sisters Move Home published in a Rainstorm Press anthology. She founded The Equestrian News, in 2001, a southern California specialty publication and spent twenty years in radio. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Bruce.
Shelly has planned to meet up with some of her sorority sisters at Lake Tahoe for a reunion and birthday party. Her employer and radio station manager, Mr. Bibbs, persuaded her to stop by a radio station and gather information on The Alien program, he’s heard about that’s nearby in Nevada. The station is not at all what she expected and neither is The Alien program host.
A young woman is rescued from a potentially life threatening marriage, as a result, she travels with her new husband aboard the Southern Pacific’s new rail line from New York to San Francisco. Her husband dies on the train. An unexpected confrontation with her previous husband, ‘The Allen,’ ends up in a tussle. A Virginia City gentleman intervenes and her path in life is changed.
Fannie Johnston, a young 22 year-old cadet on her first march through one of America’s small western mining towns in 1880, pulls a young girl from the clutches of a Bisbee, Arizona mining tycoon and accidentally shoots him. She is suddenly propelled to the headlines of the local paper and becomes the center of a newspaper war.