“Go on now, nobody needs ya ‘round here.” groused Whitman as he spoke to the wind that rattled the length of a row of Beech trees and then rolled along to wrestle with the nearby Southern Red Oaks. The dry tree leaves crackled amidst the rustle. With no shield to resist, many simply gave way to the force of nature and the consequence of gravity. Whitman recognized the strange … [Read more...]
Sharon R. Hill is a burgeoning writer of historical short fiction and a variety of contemporary magazine articles. Her prior fiction credits include Point Au View, Brown Tobe, and Life in Silhouette.
Sharon lives near Nashville, Tennessee and is mentored by noted Middle Tennessee writer Sally Schloss.