Written Fireside - Can't You See?

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My contribution to the Written Fireside group story, Can't You See which is a collaborative effort by ten authors. Here's the link to Part 1 by Lori Connelly . Part 10 ‘Jess? Romance Authors, Short Stories, Zara, Writing, Canning, Post Traumatic, Mental Disorders, Military Veterans, Cardiovascular Disease

Part 8 - Can't You See - Written Fireside

Here is my part of the Written Fireside round robin story that started with Lori Connelly eight weeks ago on Tuesday, June 23rd . The list where you can go to read each part of the story is listed below my part. The parts will be edited and put into a short story that will be sold with all proceeds going to Pets for Vets. This is the Blurb: Noah Hale is an author suffering from PTSD related insomnia, needing peace and sleep. All he wants is to be left alone. A certain little dog has other…

My contribution to the Written Fireside group story, Can't You See which is a collaborative effort by ten authors. Here's the link to Part 1 by Lori Connelly . Part 10 ‘Jess? Romance Authors, Short Stories, Zara, Writing, Canning, Post Traumatic, Mental Disorders, Military Veterans, Cardiovascular Disease

Written Fireside story – Can’t You See Part 10 by Summerita Rhayne

My contribution to the Written Fireside group story, Can’t You See which is a collaborative effort by ten authors. Here’s the link to Part 1 by Lori Connelly ……………

My contribution to the Written Fireside group story, Can't You See which is a collaborative effort by ten authors. Here's the link to Part 1 by Lori Connelly . Part 10 ‘Jess? Romance Authors, Short Stories, Zara, Writing, Canning, Post Traumatic, Mental Disorders, Military Veterans, Cardiovascular Disease

Written Fireside: Can't You See? Part 9 by Zara Stoneley

“I’m not sure...” He paused, not wanting to offend her. But it had been hard enough opening up to Mary, a whole room full of people sounded his idea of hell. “I don’t really do talking it over with strangers.” Amanda smiled, seeing the look of barely disguised horror. “I didn’t think I did either. And here I am sat chatting to you and…” She spread her hands. He got the message. Yeah, he’d just spilled the whole story out to her, but she didn’t feel like a stranger for some reason. “I’m not…

My contribution to the Written Fireside group story, Can't You See which is a collaborative effort by ten authors. Here's the link to Part 1 by Lori Connelly . Part 10 ‘Jess? Romance Authors, Short Stories, Zara, Writing, Canning, Post Traumatic, Mental Disorders, Military Veterans, Cardiovascular Disease

Written Fireside - Can't You See? Part 5

Those of you who have followed this blog from way-back-when will be familiar with Written Fireside. These are stories written as a serial with a new part published each week, by a group of authors taking it in turns to write. Written Fireside is the brainchild of the fabulous and lovely Lori Connelly and this is the fourth time I've taken part. I'm particularly happy to be writing part of this story because it will eventually be published with all proceeds going to the charity Pets For Vets…

My contribution to the Written Fireside group story, Can't You See which is a collaborative effort by ten authors. Here's the link to Part 1 by Lori Connelly . Part 10 ‘Jess? Romance Authors, Short Stories, Zara, Writing, Canning, Post Traumatic, Mental Disorders, Military Veterans, Cardiovascular Disease

Written Fireside – Part 4 by Jane Hunt

This is my first Written Fireside story and I’ve really enjoyed reading the first three parts and writing this, Part 4 of ‘Can’t You See?’ Noah Hale is an author suffering f…

My contribution to the Written Fireside group story, Can't You See which is a collaborative effort by ten authors. Here's the link to Part 1 by Lori Connelly . Part 10 ‘Jess? Romance Authors, Short Stories, Zara, Writing, Canning, Post Traumatic, Mental Disorders, Military Veterans, Cardiovascular Disease

Written Fireside: Can't You See? Part 2 by Elsa Winckler

Deep blue eyes flickered in his direction for mere seconds, but it was long enough for him to realize a few things: his neighbour may be a teacher but she was definitely no old lady; she was tall, slim and beautiful. She was also clearly miffed. Written Fireside: Can't You See? Click the link below to read the rest of Part 2 by Elsa Winckler Elsa was also a Fire Writer for Written Fireside in I Looked Away Check out her visit with Cowboy Marvin First Fight Friday: Touched to the Heart Enjoy…

My contribution to the Written Fireside group story, Can't You See which is a collaborative effort by ten authors. Here's the link to Part 1 by Lori Connelly . Part 10 ‘Jess? Romance Authors, Short Stories, Zara, Writing, Canning, Post Traumatic, Mental Disorders, Military Veterans, Cardiovascular Disease

Written Fireside: Can't You See? Part 1 by Lori Connelly

“You okay?” I’m sick of hearing that question but, yes. Noah Hale turned from looking out through the glass French doors to face his brother. “Just fine.” “Good.” James stood in the doorway. He raised the box in his arms slightly. “This is the last one. Where do you want it?” “On the desk.” “Sure you won’t join us for dinner?” The tall blond man walked into the bedroom. “Yep.” James set the box down beside Noah’s laptop. “You’re more than welcome.” “I know.” “It’s going-” His brother’s cell…

My contribution to the Written Fireside group story, Can't You See which is a collaborative effort by ten authors. Here's the link to Part 1 by Lori Connelly . Part 10 ‘Jess? Romance Authors, Short Stories, Zara, Writing, Canning, Post Traumatic, Mental Disorders, Military Veterans, Cardiovascular Disease

Written Fireside: Can't You See? Part 3 by Angela Campbell

Written Fireside: Can't You See? Noah Hale is an author suffering from PTSD related insomnia, needing peace and sleep. All he wants is to be left alone. A certain little dog has other ideas. Amanda Bell, a teacher, is grieving the loss of her sister, Rachel. Caring for her sister’s dog is comforting until a new neighbor moves in the other half of her duplex. Suddenly, the dog starts escaping her yard, running to the man on the other side of the fence. Part 1 by Lori Connelly Author of Part 2…