I recently gave a complimentary copy of my short story, The Cat in the Window, to email subscribers as a ‘thank you.’ Now it’s available to anyone with just a click and .99 cents.
“We’re Going to Need More Wine” by Gabrielle Union
c.2017, Dey St.
$26.99 / $33.50 Canada 263 pages
Here’s to us.
A toast to our years together, our friendships, things we’ve done and laughs we’ve had. Here’s to us – together forever. We need to do this more often. We need to stay in touch. As author Gabrielle Union says, “We’re Going to Need More Wine.”
‘Tis the season to say thank you to over 1,600 email subscribers. Look for more new stuff in 2018, including Lee Lynch’s monthly Amazon Trail columns and book reviews from Terri Schlichenmeyer, aka ‘The Bookworm.’ For now, please enjoy this short story as a holiday bonus for subscribing. Not a subscriber yet? Just click here and look for your welcome email with with a stocking full of stories!
Lillian Bostwick hated the cat in the window. It taunted her, defied her, and finally taught her how to live again.
“It sat in the fifth floor window all day long, season to season, morning to night, staring across into her living room. It would be there when she got home from work, positioned exactly where it had been when she’d left that morning. It watched her as if it knew everything about her, as if it just couldn’t wait to tell the neighborhood about Lillian Bostwick and all her little secrets.
Lucky number 13! I co-created the children’s TV program, ‘Into the Outdoors’, with Rick Rose 16 years ago, and wrote the first two seasons. Congratulations to the creative team behind the show as they continue to educate kids and bring home the statues!
INTO THE OUTDOORS TV SHOW BRINGS HOME 2017 REGIONAL EMMY™ AWARD
Wisconsin-based children’s TV show gains recognition for its science education efforts
Madison, WISC. – Into the Outdoors, a popular children’s television series dedicated to science education, won a 2017 Emmy Award™ at the annual Chicago/Midwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Science Emmy Awards Ceremony held recently in Chicago. Since its debut in 2001, Into the Outdoors has earned 17 nominations in the category of “Outstanding Achievement for Children/Youth/Teen Programming,” winning a total of 13 Emmy Awards to date. The show is produced by Discover Mediaworks, which is owned by St. Germain residents Mark and Lisa Rose.