She might be as old as the hills, but she’s not dead. So what is Maryann Flemming’s obituary doing on Page 4 of the Fiddly Falls Citizens Gazette?
Folksy and fun, this 7,000-word short story is a quick read featuring Christian themes and a touch of romance. Download it now to enjoy during your next coffee break or at bedtime. (Goes great with cookies!)
Brenda Coulter’s first four novels were published by Harlequin’s popular “Love Inspired” imprint; one was a finalist for Romance Writers of America’s prestigious RITA Award (Best Inspirational Romance). “Living it Up in Fiddly Falls” is her first short story.
Targeted Age Group:: 18-100
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
My writing is by turns deeply emotional and fun. I use a lot of humor, but my stories always have a Christian theme to encourage and inspire readers.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Read EVERYTHING. Even genres you don’t think you’ll ever want to write. You never know where your next burst of information is gong to come from!
Brenda Coulter lives somewhere in the Midwestern U.S. with the hunk o’ burnin’ love she married way back in 1975. Having successfully brought up two boys (they chew with their mouths closed and they always remember to say thank you), Brenda now makes up love stories, spends far too much money and time on her cottage-style flower garden, and endeavors to wait patiently for grandchildren.
To read long excerpts from all of Brenda’s books, please visit http://BrendaCoulter.comWhat Inspired You to Write Your Book?
In the middle of working on another Christian romance novel, I decided to play around with the short-story format. I loved the results and published it.
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