Ms. Eldering is an award winning author. Her stories "Train of Clues", "The Proposal", "Tulip Kiss", "Butterfly Halves", and "Zombies Amuck" have placed in a variety of contests. Her story "Bride-and-Seek" was selected for the South Carolina Writers' Workshop (SCWW) anthology, the Petigru Review. Her story "Train of Clues" is the predecessor to the Junior Geography Detective Squad, 50-state, mystery, trivia series. Ms. Eldering makes her home in upper state South Carolina and loves to travel, read, cross stitch and crochet. When she's not busy working her full-time job as a medical transcriptionist or participating in virtual classroom visits, she can be found at various homeschool or book events. Working with the sixth grade class via the internet, Ms. Eldering has been given license to teach the point-of-view lessons, incorporating the fractured fairy tales. She has also done several writing workshops on writing at various homeschool conferences and school librarian conferences.
Kelly Watson and Emma Cathcart face their newest adventure/challenge only to find out more about their psychic abilities as well as many secrets that haunt the Watson family and Cathcart family. Together they will get to the bottom of the truth.
It isn't just history against progress - it's daughter against father, or is it? Find out what secrets Kelly learns as she works to preserve an historic house in a small town that will help her bring her father Finally Home.
Stella hopes her 25th birthday will not be filled with her mother's practical jokes as they are every year. She prays that Henry, her beloved, does not fall prey to the jokester of the family. Will Henry propose marriage this year? Find out in The Proposal (An April Fools Day story).