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About LD Masterson
Born in Boston, and a diehard Red Sox fan, LD lived on both coasts before becoming landlocked in Ohio where she lives with her husband and a neurotic Jack Russell terrier named Sophie. She divides her time between writing and enjoying her grandchildren. If you'd like to know more, check out her mini memoir "On Dreams, Appetites and Possibilities" in STILL ME...AFTER ALL THESE YEARS.
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Includes "A Sure Thing" by CC Guthrie, nominated for a 2020 Derringer Award for Best Short Story.
Includes "Who They Are Now by Victoria Weisfeld, winner of the 2020 Public Safety Writers Association competition for Best Short Story.
Stories by Tom Barlow, Susan Daly, Lisa de Nikolits, P.A. De Voe, Peter DiChellis, Lesley A. Diehl, Mary Dutta, C.C. Guthrie, William Kamowski, V.S. Kemanis, Lisa Lieberman, Edward Lodi, Rosemary McCracken, LD Masterson, Edith Maxwell, Judy Penz Sheluk, KM Rockwood, Peggy Rothschild, Johanna Beate Stumpf, Victoria Weisfeld, and Chris Wheatley. *Long-listed for the 2020 Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Readers' Choice Award.
A collection of personal reflections guaranteed to keep you inspired and entertained on that journey we all travel together: The Journey of Aging
With a blend of grace, dignity, warmth and humor, women and men from 60 to 90 and from all walks of life candidly share the blessings and pitfalls of aging – from keeping dreams alive and keeping sex lives active to dealing with retirement, loss of independence and a growing sense of mortality.
A BOOK ABOUT LIVING EVERY MOMENT OF LIFE!
Michael Allan Mallory - L D Masterson - Lorraine Sharma Nelson - Alan Orloff - A.B. Polomski - Rima Perlstein Riedel - Verena Rose - Barbara Ross - Harriette Sackler - Shawn Reilly Simmons - Louise Taylor - Elaine Togneri - Leslie Wheeler
INTRODUCTION, by James M. Jackson
PLAN A: KILL THE FISH, by Beth Green
THE MISSING CONCUBINE, by P. A. De Voe
SCREWED UP, by Anita DeVito
THE ABDUCTION OF DESTINY, by Mo Walsh
DOPPELGANGERS, by Susan Alice Bickford
THE FAR END OF NOWHERE, by Liz Milliron
FOR THE LOVE OF RUBY, by Bern Sy Moss
PING-PONG GIRL, by Rita A. Popp
GOOD NEIGHBORS, by Cori Lynn Arnold
DEAD GIVEAWAY, by Chelle Martin
BOTTOMS UP, by Su Kopil
THE WRITER, by Steve Shrott
FROM THE ASHES, by Kate Fellowes
GOSSIP, by Susan Daly
ON LIKE DONKEY KONG, by Rhonda Lane
CRIME ON HOLD, by Claire Ortalda
SIGHT UNSEEN, by KM Rockwood
THE THUMP AND TAG, by Melinda B. Pierce
STEP AWAY FROM THE COW, by C. C. Guthrie
OF ROOSTERS AND MEN, by LD Masterson
THE NEW SCORE, by Alison McMahan
FAIRY TALES CAN COME TRUE, by Teresa Leigh Judd
And don't miss the first 3 volumes: Fish Tales, Fish Nets, and Fish or Cut Bait!
Shawn Reilly Simmons - Albert Tucher - Kari Wainwright - Vicki Weisfeld
Janet Hutchings, Chris Grabenstein, Gary Phillips, and Hilary Davidson headline a new world tour anthology of 22 stories from the heartland of America to Italy, Japan, Mexico, Cuba, England, and more.
Passport to Murder is published in conjunction with Bouchercon, the World Mystery Convention, held in 2017 in Toronto, Ontario. As with the convention itself, the anthology spreads a broad canopy across a wide variety of crime writers from across the country and around the world—including both veteran writers and the brightest up-and-coming talents in the field. All of the stories include some kind of travel ranging from a cross-America ride-sharing trip to tourists in Italy and Japan to a woman on the run in Mexico to murder in Cuba. And even a haunted hotel in Toronto.
All participants contributed their efforts to support our charity—Frontier College, winner of the UNESCO Literacy Prize in 1977—and by extension readers and writers everywhere.
ALL PROFITS GO TO FRONTIER COLLEGE.
Edited by John McFetridge. Stories by Eric Beckstrom, Michael Bracken, Craig Faustus Buck, Susan Calder, Hilary Davidson, Michael Dymmoch, John Floyd, Chris Grabenstein, Marie Hannan-Mandel, Janet Hutchings, Marilyn Kay, Su Kopil, Rosemary McCracken, Tanis Mallow, LD Masterson, Gary Phillips, Karen Pullen, KM Rockwood, Scott Loring Sanders, Shawn Reilly Simmons, John Stickney, and Victoria Weisfeld.
Featuring stories by (in order of appearance):
Deborah Lacy & Pat Hernas, Michael Bracken, Warren Bull, Sharon Marchisello, Jacqueline Seewald, Anne-Marie Sutton, Aislinn Batstone, John Lutz & Josh Pachter, Jennie MacDonald, Gwenda R. Jensen, LD Masterson, Kate Fellowes, KM Rockwood, DG Crichley, Richard Lau, Janet Raye Stevens, Michael Brandon, Edward Ahern, Amy Ballard, Barbara Schlichting, M. M. Elmendorf, Nupur Tustin, Albert Tucher, Michael Guillebeau
Christmas is an exciting and joyous time of year, a time of family, friends, and traditions. You will delight in reading the 101 merry and heartwarming stories about holiday traditions, family, and goodwill. Remember, all our stories are “Santa safe” so they can be enjoyed by the whole family.
INTRODUCTION, by Kaye George
DARK SIDE OF THE LIGHT, by Carol L. Wright
CHASING THE MOON, by Leslie Wheeler
THE PATH OF TOTALITY, by Katherine Tomlinson
BLOOD MOON, by Paul D. Marks
TORGNYR THE BASTARD, by Suzanne Berube Rorhus
AN ECLIPSE OF HEARTS, by Dee McKinney
THE BAKER�S BOY, by Nupur Tustin
BLACK MONDAY, by Ch�ri Vaus�
I�LL BE A SUNBEAM, by M.K. Waller
OCEAN�S FIFTY, by Laura Oles
THE DEVIL�S STANDTABLE, by Melissa H. Blaine
DATE NIGHT, by Cari Dubiel
AWAITING THE HOUR, by Joseph S. Walker
A GOLDEN ECLIPSE, by Debra H. Goldstein
PICTURE PERFECT, by LD Masterson
THE DARKEST HOUR, by Kaye George
BABY KILLER, by Margaret S. Hamilton
FLYING GIRL, by Toni Goodyear
TO THE MOON AND BACK, by Kristin Kisska
RAYS OF HOPE, by Harriette Sackler
WOMEN�S WORK, by KB Inglee
OPEN HOUSE, by Bridges DelPonte
RELATIVELY ANNOYING, by John Clark
ASCENSION INTO DARKNESS, by Christine Hammar
An Anthology of Short Stories set in Southwestern Ohio.
By Author Members of the Western Ohio Writers Association (WOWA)
In 2008, a group of authors in Dayton, Ohio, got together for the sole purpose of ripping each other to shreds, leaving behind the mangled hopes of promising scribes who lay finally broken and decaying on the floor. After that, robbed of all dignity, they went out for coffee and decided to write a book. Here it is: Flights of Fiction.
Pull up a comfy chair and lose yourself in eleven original stories set in and around the southwest Ohio region. Written by just a few of the talented authors from the Western Ohio Writers Association, these soon-to-be classic tales let you follow one man’s tragic story at the end of the world in “Dead of Winter”; experience a night at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in “Nose Art”; and get lost in a haunting image from the past in “Tabitha’s Portrait,” plus many more. From detective tales to a trek into the mysterious world of wrestling, Flights of Fiction has something for everyone.