"Blood Moon" took me by surprise at the end. I was reading a wonderfully whimsical story about women dancing in the autumn moonlight. The ending caught me by surprise. I don't want to give anything away so I'll end my discussion of the ending.
I could see myself along with these ladies dancing and weaving around themselves in the warm autumn evening. I can see myself lifting my arms in dance.
I enjoyed this short story very much. I would like to see more from Elizabeth Keith. Whenever I finish reading a short story and long to read more...it's a good sign that it has been well written. It leaves my imagination open to wanting more.
Read the story, "Blood Moon" you won't be sorry!
Hot Spiced Tea and Ginger Biscuits
on Jan. 14, 2013
I sat in the warmth of a sun filled room to re-read this small tale of a Grandmother's love. Next time I read this I'll have a cup of tea at my side. I always feel connected to something larger than myself when I read something by Elizabeth Keith.