Running away from their drunken and abusive uncle, Karen and Tom go north toward their old home by the sea—the ranch that had been sold, their beloved horses sold, when their parents were killed in an accident. It’s a long journey before they reach the coast and discover the place where wild ponies roam, and where they tangle with a gang of thieves but find shelter with a group of new friends.
Melani's room in the delightful big old house looks onto a vast park with flowers and trees, and horses on the bridle paths. It is there, early one morning, that she first sees the ghost horse—a great silvery stallion standing on a hill rising like an island above the swirling fog. Where has he come from? Is he real? The answers to her questions lead to an exciting summer for Mel and her family.
Scent of a $windle is flush with foreign intrigue and unforgettable characters, including a moody cockatoo named Boris. Muralist Josephine Stuart house-sits for her friends and discovers a murder happened in the house next door. She snoops around and racks up a long list of suspects, each one interested in one small but valuable item.
Petie Singer's best friend of 50 years got a big, mysterious inheritance and moved across country, leaving Petie behind. When Petie visits, it turns out her own story has far more intrigue and magic than she ever suspected. Her own unimaginable inheritance is truly out of this world!
This stand-alone companion to Left Turn at Cloud 9 brings Petie and Emma back for more fun, mystery and mischief!
Josephine Stuart, a fifty-year-old widow, is blessed and cursed with an overactive curiosity, a strong sense of right and wrong and a willingness to put herself on the line for her friends. Josephine has been hired to paint murals in the secluded Munger Mansion, located at the top of a wooded mountain. Certain local reprobates have their reasons for wanting the Mungers to leave their new home.
A small-college psychiatrist dedicated to healing anxious children, broadens her research to include PTSD at a major university. The problem: she'll have to work with adults, whose negative thoughts she can 'hear' as rants. She grows fond of a soldier and his son struggling with shades of anxiety, but her work and her mind-reading put them all on a collision course with corrupt foes.
Walking the World: Memories and Adventures elevates the act of walking from something we do every day without thinking about it to a means for putting more fun and excitement into our lives. And we can become healthier, at the same time. Whoever said, “No pain, no gain,” was out to lunch.
Hoyt's first full volume of poetry (55 poems) exhibits a broad range of styles-- from sonnets to concrete lyrics. Somewhat romantic, somewhat modernist, somewhat language based, Hoyt's poems are largely unclassifiable; yet every one is ripe with insights into the human condition.
From bestselling author Devon Vaughn Archer comes the heartfelt relationship novel To Find That Love Again. After losing his wife and daughter in a tragic car accident, writer-photographer Richard Lowrey becomes a recluse. Single mother and editor Janine Henderson comes into his life and the two soon develop a relationship that is put to the test amidst deception and misunderstandings.
Horace Wallwood's roof is leaking and his spirits are sagging. His life is not going well when he hears a call to action from an unusual source. Will he answer the call? Find out how he responds and discover why Grove City is a quirky, unique, and lovable town where you might want to live if it were not a fictional place.