Thursday, September 27, 2012

It's LIVE!

Ok, all you paranormal fans - Kloster's Dream is live and for sale on for $2.99.  Here's the link:

I'm kicking my butt because getting it to the correct format etc was killing me!  Finally overcame some technical obstacles (myself!) and here it is.  After reading this, you may never want to go near a cornfield again.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Kloster's Dream

Kloster's Dream is a shorter novel that I finished a couple years back.  It will be available in the next couple of weeks on Amazon, and elsewhere as soon as I can find the time to figure out the other e-book formats.
In a nutshell, it's about a young husband and father who can't seem to find his way home after another late night at the office . . . or is it?  It's kind of a supernatural novel, but in the end, it's more of a reflection on family and aging.  Looking back on it after a couple years in the drawer, it seems to have a real Twilight Zone vibe to it, but what appears to be a paranormal-kind of twist to it really is more of a matter of our own perception of reality.
Anyway, you can check out a more detailed description over at Amazon, and I hope you like it.
I'm going to try and fill you in a little more on my next project in the next post.  It's a book called Gravitas, and there's no mistaking this one - its all paranormal (hopefully with a little romance along the way).  See you then.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Kids off to school!

Wow, for the first time I am coming home from dropping off my kids at school to a quiet house.

Like weird quiet. 

I'm looking around the disarray in the house from the first day - lunch stuff still on counter, pajamas on the floor, breakfast dishes still on table.  My brain is buzzing from the excitement of the quiet hours ahead of me, yet I'm a little dazed by the whole experience.  I cried today as my youngest, a kindergartener, walked off into the building all by himself.  He was so confident trudging off with his Spider man backpack on that is almost the size of his entire body.  And there I stood whipping on my sunglasses as fast as I could as I felt the tears coming down my cheeks.  I didn't want the other moms to see my embarrassment that I just lost it and was weeping from the sight of my little guy marching off to elementary school.  Now, kindergarten tomorrow college.  Yeah, I know it's jumping a few years, but to a mom who's trying to cover up her streaming tears, our thoughts run fast. 

And now, that I've had a cup of coffee (hot, yes HOT! So excited to actually have a fresh, hot cup with no interruptions) and I've wiped my mascara laden cheeks off, I'm good.  Really good.  It's on to the next chapter in my life.  Me.