*A special holiday excerpt from The Song of the Storm Petrel, Book 3 in the Seabirds Trilogy. (Also available in print!) Racing Pigeons and Donuts Dorris squinted into the pigeon loft, a special coop for the drafted birds of the U.S. Army stationed in Townsville, Australia. “So, they are just like regular pigeons?” “Regular [...]
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In the first Glasnerhouse Podcast on air, Emily, Hope, and Jessica discuss the inspiration behind The Seabirds Trilogy and how the project has brought them together as writers and family.
Aslan is on the move folks. Under the shade of the grand Colorado Rockies, I heard the call, the whisper that change was in the air.
Better to do what he made you to do than wind up in heaven, looking down awkwardly and mumbling, "But all my art supplies were in storage."
The frenetic singing to Cuanto la Gusta started up and Edie began to sway. “You and your sisters were singers in a hip underground jazz club. You must have picked up some of the new moves. Why don’t you teach us how to swing a little? Horatio, come here! Peter, you take Piper. Lorelai, you can demonstrate with Frank.
You spend weeks, months... years. A paragraph here, a chapter there. And then, all of a sudden, you have a story. It has a beginning, an end. It even has a middle.