November 29, 2007
I seem to have unintentionally started a new trend in my writing.
First, it was birds, as in the blackbirds in my spooky short story, "The Witch Tree."
Then it was a dog, namely the mischievous little Dachshund, Petey, in my upcoming mystery, "Searching For A Starry Night."
Now it's a little black cat with shiny gold eyes. The cat appears in my eerie story, "Cat Cries," which will be published in an upcoming issue of Cat Tales Magazine from Wildside Press.
I wonder if I can do a story on an elephant next?
November 17, 2007
It's so exciting to finally see a visual image of Searching For A Starry Night! Isn't "Petey" the Dachshund adorable?
In "Searching For A Starry Night," a nosy Dachshund digs up a family curse...can Sam find the missing miniature replica of Van Gogh's "Starry Night" and save her longest friendship? Read a short synopsis at http://cverstraete.com/Starry_Night.html .
Perfect for the young - and young at heart! Coming in spring '08 from Quake/Echelon Press, http://www.quakeme.com/
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