One morning, you wake up to the news that the White House is on fire. That news may, or may not, make your day. When you go out to walk your dog, depending on how you feel about this disruption, your day will get even better, or far, far worse.
Attempted murder without a witness except for the victim, who lies in a coma. She knows who her would-be killer is. She knows that her husband who cares for her day and night is also in danger. She knows that somehow she must save him. She just doesn't yet know how.
Megan's choir, The Singers, has been trying out for the Winter Lights Festival Concert for years and never won a spot on the program. But a small dog and an elderly lady with a special past may change everything at last.
A locket containing a slice of scaly skin, a garden full of unruly 'bees', and her stubborn, elderly mother distract Jenn from the sense her life is falling apart, but how far will Jenn go to become whole again?
The second collection of flash fiction by award-winning author Jill Zeller
A dog escorts a young woman around town at night.
He can't understand what his wife doesn't say.
On a trip, a woman is driven to leave her husband
A hunter gets to her prey too late.
Allison's husband Griffith brings home a dog saved from a fire, a big shaggy dog with blue eyes. When independently both Allison and Griffith decide on the same name--Topaz--for the dog, they begin to understand that their marriage will ever be the same.
She abandoned her daughter and got marooned in the future. The tarot cards put her there. By the time she got free, she knew it was too late to win back her daughter's love. But the cards had something else in mind.
In 1930's New York, the Empire Stage Building is finished with a docking spire for dirigibles. From their penthouse apartment in Midtown, a grandmother and her granddaughter can see blimps approaching. Everyone is excited, except the women. They know the real reason the blimp is there, and that it is coming for them.
Deadlings. Everybody knows they are not the living-dead, or the dead-living, but demi-morte, caught between death and life. Wesley has forgotten everything; a woman he never met before forces him to face what he doesn't want to remember.
Neuronal Atrophy, "Spacer's Dementia" is spreading through the solar system. Miles comes to Depot Verde to pick up where his dead ex-wife Natalie left off. But can he uncover her secret cure in time to help their daughter Lily, before the Pharma cuts off the supply? Includes FREE SF short story, "Electric Pathways of the Heart."!
The ocean is coming. Its oncoming threads match the colors in the new neighbor's quilt. Through her encounter with the two new women living in the house on the hill, young Ramona learns how grief is interwoven with love.