Wednesday, December 27, 2017 Update: I have no idea how WordPress managed to post a duplicate of this… I regret any confusion this caused — particularly if you receive my posts via e-mail. The battle of the WP gremlins continues. Now on with the good stuff. Welcome to Jazz Age Wednesdays here at Teagan’s Books. Many … More Jazz Age Wednesdays 16 ― Champagne Tidbit from Murder at the Bijou
December 25, 2017 Perhaps there are one or three of you who have a little time on your hands… Okay, that doesn’t seem likely. Maybe you just need to escape from the holiday bustle and crowds. With that in mind I’ve listed (with links) some of the holiday-ish short stories and vignettes I’ve posted over … More The Yuletide Collection of Short Stories
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Hello, everyone! It’s Jazz Age Wednesdays here at Teagan’s Books. I know how busy you must be at this time of year, so I’m even happier to see you. These midweek posts have been a mix of new and re-shared vignettes. Since several of you sheiks and shebas are new here, I … More Jazz Age Wednesdays 15 ― Pip’s Lemony Christmas
This isn’t really a post. No, you aren’t imagining being here… Chris Graham hosted me at the Story Reading Ape’s tree-house for this post in July, 2017. I had also published it on LinkedIn in 2015 — but I forgot to put it in my own “Motivational” category here. So that’s all I’m really doing … More Thriving Thursdays: Danger!
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 It’s Wednesday and that means it’s the Jazz Age here at Teagan’s Books. This time I’m not telling a story. I’m just imagining what the holidays might have looked like for Pip and her friends during the Roaring Twenties. I imagined Pip decorating a Christmas tree. Granny Phanny would have had a … More Jazz Age Wednesdays 14 ― Pip at the Holidays
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 Hey Sheiks and Shebas, I’m pos-i-lutely happy to see you at Jazz Age Wednesdays again! I started this short story back when I did a collaborative post with author John W. Howell*. The three things driving that story were “Counterfeiting, Time, and Hollywood.” The ultimate result was In the Pip of Time, which you … More Jazz Age Wednesdays 13 ― Pip and the River Monster