Darlene Bridge Lofgren


Darlene Bridge Lofgren writes screenplays, novellas, short stories, plays, music and poetry. A former newspaper publisher and editor, her work earned the Texas Free Press Association's Most Improved Newspaper Award. As a producer/director/writer/actress of short films, her "So You Want to Leave Home" documentary was nominated for an Emmy by the San Francisco Chapter. Hailing from Chicago, living for some years in San Francisco, a short stint in Manhattan, and two decades in East Texas, she now resides in Los Angeles.

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Michael's Mom
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 24,760. Language: English. Published: May 6, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
Desperate to help his mother, a small boy crosses realities to bring back the woman who aborted him seven years ago and take her to his mother – the woman she would have become, the woman who now asks her to take over her life.

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  • Stars and Turtles on April 27, 2011

    Wonderful capture of a seemingly ordinary event as experienced by a young girl. Great detail. Quite moving.
  • Last Flight Out on May 20, 2013

    WOW! GREAT story! Terrific suspense. But your keywords are incomplete - it is not just a great adventure, but a great love story, too. Wonderful plotting. Clear characterizations. Compelling weaving of the threads from the militia to the journalist to the "retired" lawyer. Protagonists who grab us and hold us and make us care about what happens, moment to moment. I'm not into "adventure" or the "wilderness" but I was certainly caught up in both with LAST FLIGHT OUT. As for the last flight out - I wanted to race to the end of the book to see what would happen, but instead I read every word on the way there. TERRIFIC story!!! GREAT read!
  • A Sword Of Wrath, Book I: Blood And Dust on March 10, 2014

    I don't read this sort of book - fantasy? But I read Sword of Wrath and loved it. The organization of the story, the coming together of the various groups, the individuals, was clear and often, for me, riveting. I was only confused by the similarity in two different characters' names. Love the story. And the characters. Macleod uses language wonderfully. Pulling me along and holding my interest. Can't wait to see where the story goes next!