Sharon K. Garner
Sharon K. Garner writes so she can snag all the great comebacks that often elude her in real life, although she manages to voice her fair share. She began her writing career with disastrously detailed diaries, moving on to simply loving words, books, and reading. Living in seasonal Pennsylvania, she chooses to write her stories of love and danger set in warm, tropical, even exotic, locations. A former library cataloguer and newspaper proofreader, she now does freelance copyediting and proofreading for other writers. In her free time, she reads mystery and suspense novels and prances around her living room doing walk aerobics. Her published titles, in a combination of hardback, trade paperback, large print, and electronic formats, are River of Dreams, Sanctuary, Lokelani Nights, and The Spaniard's Cross.
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Christmas Away (As Told By Noel, The Cat)
A 3,500-word short story. Noel, a calico cat who was almost born on Christmas, observes as her human friend breaks up with her boyfriend. Lynn takes Noel to a mountain cabin to celebrate the holiday. Jim follows in a snowstorm. Snowbound on your birthday with two humans who have a relationship to sort out is no easy road, but it is one that Noel travels with delightful insights and humor.
Lunchtime Reads: Romance 2, The Love Knot
A 3600-word romance short story you can read on your lunch hour.
The Love Knot covered bridge is a part of Helene Martin's childhood--and the township's history. Matt Wynter, the hunky contractor who's set to tear it down, challenges her to do soemthing about the bridge before it's too late.
Attraction pulls them closer. The Love Knot pushes them apart. Save the bridge, their love, or both?
Lunchtime Reads: Mystery 2, Guided Imagery
Guided Imagery is a 2,000-word paranormal mystery short story suitable for reading on your lunch hour.
Guided imagery meditation plays a key role in helping a very efficient older woman relieve her gentle daughter of an abusive husband.
"If the things she brought back didn't hurt her, then why couldn't she bring back something capable of killing someone else?"
A double cross that keeps on giving; a half-Brazilian ex-mercenary who wants to live in peace; a children's book illustrator, searching for her missing brother, who finds herself thrust into a danger she doesn't understand, with a man she doesn't want to love. A romantic suspense set in the tropical highlands of central Brazil, the cerrados, an area of vast farms.
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