Sheryl Mahaffey Pimentel grew up in the remote San Joaquin Delta, home to meandering waterways lined with bamboo and tule grass where her family operated an Irish Pub. Sheryl has a B.A. in Journalism with emphasis in Public Relations. She freelances writing assignments and creates short stories while juggling a rewarding substitute teaching career. She and her husband are cattle ranchers in Northern California.
In this haunting short story, New Orleans funeral home owner Marie Monet is caught between two worlds: Voodoo and Catholicism. The magnetic draw of both is pulling her soul apart. Which will she choose?
You'll never hang up on a telemarketer again after reading this chilling short story. Revenge and a twisted concept of love is reason enough to ask Miles to put you on a "Do Not Call List". That's if you live that long. . .
Published: March 8, 2010.
Fiction » Romance » General
A nostalgic coming of age short story that will leave you longing for more. You'll meet a motley group of characters at O'Flannery's Pub, while a friendship forges between two young people with unconventional lives.