Weather Report, March 6

(Photo from Volkovalrini).

Our currently featured books,  “Flint & Fire,” by Lisa Hase-Jackson; “Iola O,” by G.M. Monks; “Listen,” by Steven Cramer and “The Stopping Places,” by Amy L. George can be found by scrolling down below this post, or by clicking the author’s name on our Authors page.

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UPCCOMING ON SNOWFLAKES IN A BLIZZARD, MARCH 7-13

“LOST SIERRA,” BY AMANDA TRAYLOR.

Writes Amanda:”While I wrote Lost Sierra simply to tell an entertaining story, many issues of the day did come to the surface during its creation. The story revolves around a rural mountain town that while only a few hours from the wealthy, bustling San Francisco Bay Area, feels like a different country entirely. Daphne is a progressive, idealistic trust fund girl with romantic visions of what life in. Sierra Ridge will be like. The reality is that rural California, just like rural America in general, is facing serious hardships, from lack of medical care and jobs to growing anger, racism and feelings of desperation. The COVID pandemic hit while I was in the middle of writing the story and it changed my direction and tone as the world started to unravel.”

“MUSINGS,” BY DON TASSONE.

Writes one reviewer: “With bite-sized stories based on everyday themes, Tassone offers readers a chance to discover all that already exists but is often overlooked in the busyness of routines. These stories compel us to slow down and understand the profundity of moments like watching a sunrise and how they reflect the larger essence of our being.”

MONTHLY REPLAY

This month, we will revisit “Wanderers,” by Edward Belfar; “After Houses,” by Claire Millikin, “The Outcast Oracle,” by Laury Egan, “Success: Stories,” by David Taylor; “The Writers’ Circle,” by Claire Demas and “Finding Bluefield,” by Elan Barnehama,

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Recently retired after 35 years with the News & Advance newspaper in Lynchburg, VA, now re-inventing myself as a novelist/nonfiction writer and writing coach in Lake George, NY.

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