Alison L. Randall grew up in a small town very much like the one in "End of the Line." She even visited an abandoned mine for her ninth birthday party. She is the author of a picture book, "The Wheat Doll," as well as several short stories that have appeared in various print magazines.
And thou shalt do that which is right and good in the sight of the LordDeuteronomy 6:18Hetty stepped over the milk bottles near the front door and began the...
A true story, based on the written history of Hester N. Harris, the author’s grandmother.
There's a new gadget in town and Liza has to try it. But will the price be too high?
The only reason I decided to sign up for the geology field trip was because Lauren’s name was on the sheet, two slots up. I printed my name, Nic Colter, and...