Have I told you lately how I LOVE my reviewers, and of course, all my readers? It might surprise you to know that I read my reviews and take comments to heart. If you've taken the time to tell me how much you loved my book, then I take the time to hear your … Continue reading Do you love it?
Syrian Government Used Chemical Weapons Dozens Of Times On Own Citizens, UN Investigators Report GENEVA, Sept 6 (Reuters) - Syrian forces have used chemical weapons more than two dozen times during the country’s civil war, including in the deadly attack that led to U.S. air strikes on government planes, U.N. war crimes investigators said on … Continue reading Syrian Government Used Chemical Weapons Dozens Of Times On Own Citizens– JET-Displaced.
Es Cana, Ibiza, Spain - August 1977 Jose took an immediate dislike to me. He worked as a waiter at the Panorama hotel near the seafront. I had been there to see Diane, an English girl I met while at work in Grannies Bar. Petite and with short blond hair, she had … Continue reading Meet #RWISA Author Robert Fear
DIM LIGHT BREAKS by Jeff Haws Jolting upright, I squeeze the Jack Daniels bottle between my thighs just before it tips over to the floor. I look down and see the black label staring at me; the little bit of whiskey that's left is tilting toward the lip, ready to fill my shoes if … Continue reading Welcome #RWISA Author Jeff Haws
Live or Die? Harmony Kent Sometimes, you need to accept help. Sometimes, you need to admit that you need it. Sometimes, you need to take the hand that’s offered. You reached out and took my arm. I let you. I took the assistance I needed. I gripped your hand so that you … Continue reading Welcome #RWISA Author Harmony Kent
The characters in the following story are from my novel, Shadow of the Drill. After a moderately grueling assignment, they take a day off to enjoy a Sunday barbecue. A Break in the Battle Charlene squealed, leaning to the side to avoid an airborne hot dog. She need not have worried, for the meaty … Continue reading Welcome #RWISA Author Rhani D’Chae
Last Night by John W. Howell © 2017 So, with nothing better to do, I figure I’ll stop at Jerry’s place and grab a couple of drinks and a burger. Usually, I don’t go there on Saturday night since there’s a crapload of amateurs taking up what would be considered prime space. I figure since … Continue reading Meet #RWISA Author John Howell
THE LEGEND OF TOKYO ROSE By Ronald E. Yates INTRODUCTION During a 27-year career with the Chicago Tribune, much of it as a foreign correspondent in Asia and Latin America, I encountered my share of remarkable and unforgettable stories. Some came out of the horrendous suffering I witnessed while covering the wars in … Continue reading Meet #RWISA Author Ronald E. Yates
Meet Author Michelle Abbott. Her "story" blows me away! The 136 I can do this. I can make it. Wet hair plastered to my head, gasping, I propel myself toward my target. The 136 bus. My heel catches on a crack in the pavement. My ankle twists sideways, sending a sharp pain … Continue reading Meet #RWISA Author Michelle Abbott