Last night, there was a concert at the Ag Hall.
There was singing...
She'd never been in love before
She feared she would never be
She feared she would spend her life alone--heart withered and deformed.
No eye would fill with the sight of her
No heart would beat for her alone
But then, but then he had found her
He--the sight of him makes her yearn
He comes to her and her pulse races
His velvet voice stirs her blood
He draws her close and they are alone in the universe
The love for which she has sought
For which she feared would never come
Is born, breathes, and engulfs themJanuary 10th, 2011 was an ordinary day--for most, but for me it was a day to celebrate. After five years of often interrupted writing The Sweater Curse (my thriller) was finally published by Decadent Publishing.
Here is one of favourite scenes...
(You can hear me reading this scene by clicking on the YouTube at the right of this blog)
Now for something new, from a manuscript I'm currently working on--TURNING is a Young Adult adventure loosely based on my experiences as a Katimavik volunteer. As a volunteer, I live din three provinces--the first was Newfoundland. My dad had been stationed in Newfoundland during the Second World War.
I read a brief excerpt from TURNING.
Then there was some more singing.