I’m home. Cats are alive. House is intact. Wasps may be living under the new deck. And I discovered the cover to an upcoming anthology when I checked my email. Isn’t that stunning? My contribution is called Armor of Roses, based off one of my favorite Rumi poems, and is a Hunter Kiss story: When an old man hands Maxine a message from her dead grandmother, she is forced to travel back in time to World War II Shanghai, in order to stop a murderer who is killing people in the present.
Stay tuned. Late tonight I’ll be posting my first contribution to Lynn Viehl’s LEFT BEHIND AND LOVING IT writing workshop.