October’s Featured Blogger: Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Art by Rob Goldstein

I’m visiting my favorite artist!  Thanks to Rob Goldstein for hosting me at his art studio.  I appreciate everyone who has visited his post.  If you haven’t already, click over and say hello. Update: I’m not sure why the trailer video for Brother Love didn’t work in this reblog, but here it is. On a … More October’s Featured Blogger: Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Art by Rob Goldstein

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New Book on the Shelves – Brother Love (A Crossroad) by Teagan Riordain Geneviene.

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
Delighted to share the news of a new release Brother Love (A Crossroad) by Teagan Riordain Geneviene. If you have been following the serial on her website, you can now enjoy in this novella bringing all the episodes together. About Brother Love “Brother Love – a Crossroad” is a…

Brother Love — A Question for you, dear reader

Sunday, June 9, 2019 Here’s something extra at the crossroads.     (Don’t fret, you can still read Chapter 7 of Brother Love, by clicking that link.) The Brother Love serial is nearing a writer’s crossroads.  Within a few more chapters there will be a major revelation.  Although some mystery will remain, I’m undecided about whether it is enough … More Brother Love — A Question for you, dear reader

An Extra (Special) Story — Trina Woke from a Dream

May 16, 2019   Usually I only post twice a week, but this is a special occasion.  Recently, Rob Goldstein and I were sending emails back and forth, basically goofing around.  I sent him an image by artist Michael Whelan and and added a whimsical line.  And then another, and another.  Suddenly Rob said, “Let’s make this into … More An Extra (Special) Story — Trina Woke from a Dream

Brother Love 3 — A Hymn

Originally posted on Teagan's Books:
Saturday, May 11, 2019 Brother Love composite by Teagan R. Geneviene Welcome back to the crossroads everyone!     I should probably begin with a disclaimer.  This story is not about religion, nor is it a social commentary — that’s just part of the setting.  I also want you to understand…