A Little Taste of 30 Days

Must share this awesome post from the Volcano Lady herself, the phenomenal TE MacArthur. I am enormously privileged to have been one of the editors for the anthology, and if you think this snippet knocks your socks off, just you wait to get to the rest of the story! I’ll post a sneak peek of my stories, starring the super spy with the clockwork eye’, soon. In the meantime, enjoy your cruise on the Nile with Miranda Grey!

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As promised to many of you, here is a little snipit from the upcoming anthology, Thirty Days Later.  I have been privilaged to be included in this marvelous and, frankly, fun effort.  I’ll have to tell all about the meetings over tea, the big laughs, and the joyous sense of family behind this publication.  Profits from the sales of 30 Days is intended for literacy charities, such as the San Jose Public Library.  We love to read – we love to write!

So … let me know what you think.

30 Days later coverA Linear Mystery, or

How all this Madness Got Started!

T.E. MacArthur

The Nile River, South of Cairo

November 23rd, 1893

A lost codex found, a vast treasure recovered, and death by a ghostly Minotaur. What could possibly … 

The concept had been so intriguing that Miranda Grey hadn’t heard him coming.

What a stupid mistake

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