What My Daughter’s Cat Is Teaching Me

Some people are dog people. Some are cat people. I am both, but for many years we have had only cats because we have so many outside the home responsibilities and cats are better with being home alone. For eight years I rode in a semi with my hubby around the 48 states and Canada … Continue reading What My Daughter’s Cat Is Teaching Me

Even I Can Use Instagram — Post by Mary C. Findley

I haven't written an actual "writing" post for awhile. As I posted not too long ago, it's been a year of upheavals and little or no writing for me. Still, I have picked up a few ideas for writers in my stumbling, fuddy-duddy way, that might help. I tend to discover things other people have known and … Continue reading Even I Can Use Instagram — Post by Mary C. Findley

Snippet from Kittens in My Kiln, a short story in Fifty Shades of Faithful 2 — In Living Color

"And the cat is important because...?" Sam wanted to roll his eyes. Again with this cat thing. "Well, it's not just any cat. Seems it was a special breeding experiment, very pricey new variety called a 'Glitter Himalayan'. Her cat was pregnant, ready to drop the load anytime, and its kittens are gonna be worth … Continue reading Snippet from Kittens in My Kiln, a short story in Fifty Shades of Faithful 2 — In Living Color

The Books and Novels to Read.com Compendium of Short Stories

Presenting a collection of short stories featuring two by Mary C. Findley. Look for "Most Fortunate of Men" and "My Lord's Table," in this eclectic collection. Companion stories, these two tales begin with a young woman waiting ten years for her betrothed to return from war. But will he return? Will Jael have to go … Continue reading The Books and Novels to Read.com Compendium of Short Stories