Emily squealed with delight, as she sprinted across the sidewalk toward the man riding up to the curb cut by the entrance to Old Colonial Elementary School. Continue reading
This week I invite you to go over to The Freewheeling Freelancer for a post about the importance of sleep and the different things that get in the way of a your beauty rest. It seems à propos at a time of year when getting enough sleep can be a problem. Enjoy!
Then come back here next Saturday for a new short story.
Happy New Year to all!
He wasn’t going to make it. Only fifteen minutes on the road, and the wind had gone from a gentle side breeze to a stiff headwind. Up ahead, dark clouds were gathering quickly. He could feel the pressure drop as the wind rose. Continue reading
This week I invite you to consider some thoughts about what to wear for a long-distance bicycle tour. Click here “Oh dear, I haven’t a thing to wear!”
Another story will be here next week.
Cycling was already an adventure, but then …
I’m happy to announce (shout out!) that Emily & Hilda is available in all eBook formats . Get in on the presale and buy it before the major retailers publish it on 20 December:
Teenage bicycle phenom Emily Hampstead and retired Army nurse Hilda Paisley meet one night on a deserted road in Kansas. Hilda is crossing the USA on her bicycle; Emily is training for a major race. They part ways, not suspecting how their lives will be entwined in danger and intrigue…
Jimmy sprawled over the railing at the end of the coach. He was pretending to be shot by the bad guys on the next coach. He looked down at the ground, fascinated by the railroad ties flying below him between the two cars. The coupling banged and slammed as the train eased up and down the gentle terrain between Portbou and Barcelona. Continue reading
This week, I have posted a guest article on The Freewheeling Freelancer.
Maeva Cifuentes is a blogger and consultant, as well as a translator (like me). She has things to teach us about using LinkedIn. Check it out. Enjoy!
Until next time,
Smooth roads and tailwinds,