The Grinch stole all the outer trappings of Christmas, but he couldn’t stop Christmas from coming. The Whos in Whoville carried the spirit of Christmas in their hearts, and they sang for joy. The forces of evil can’t stop Easter either. We may not be able to gather as congregations, but we can gather around… Continue reading Happy Easter!
Ch. 50.8 – Mary walked in uncomfortable silence beside Eli on the broad dirt swath left by the raths. She stole a glance at him. He smiled slightly, but didn’t say anything. Why didn’t he say something? Did he expect her to carry on a conversation? She’d never learned the polite ways of addressing princes, or… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 50.8 — A Walk in the Moonlight
Ch. 50.5 -- A week later, Mary sat with Col, Bee and Felix at the edge of the valley. A crackling fire warmed their feet and lit up their faces with a rosy glow. Behind them a tent had been set up. Mary knew from peeking in the door that it was a lot bigger inside… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 50.5 — Around the Campfire
Ch. 50.2 – Janine found Queen Natalie and Mary at the edge of the forest, standing beside a body. A young, extremely dirty boy with long shaggy black hair sat on the ground, with Mr. Dumfries’s head in his lap. The boy howled as he stroked the old man’s white hair. “What happened?” Janine asked. “You… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 50.2 — Bernie
Ch. 50.1 – Eli pushed through the rejoicing throngs and raced back outside, searching for his brothers. He was looking for giant boars, but what he saw were two large human men coming towards him, dressed in rags. Even with their long, tangled hair and beards, he recognized them. His brothers’ faces lit up when they… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 50.1 — Reunion
Isabel Christine Maclean Rozins (March 21, 1924-May 10, 2018) -- My Aunt Isabel was a loving and enthusiastic support to me and my sisters as we were growing up. Through her regular letters and occasional phone calls and visits, we developed a strong bond with her. We each felt as if we were her special… Continue reading In Memory of Isabel Christine Maclean Rozins
Hi, this is Rocky, telling you that The Sea Child is out in paperback. Order your copy from Amazon today. And FYI -- those two dogs in the book, Tad and Biggie? They are my heroes, 'cause they save the day. Find out how when you read The Sea Child.
The paperback edition of The Sea Child is here! Or download your free ebook from Amazon May 16-17. Please share the news with your family and friends. Maddie attempts to solve her grandmother's murder and keep a young Selkie girl safe. Enjoy this exciting fantasy/mystery today.
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Ch. 28.7 -- Sorrow welled up inside Eli as his father went limp. Doctor Billings rushed in and set his black bag on the floor by the king. He knelt, leaned over, and put his ear against the king's chest. After a moment he looked up at the boys. “I'm sorry, but there's nothing I… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 28.7 — Consequences