When You Can’t Imagine Saying Goodbye
Paul’s best friend Sadie lived a life worth celebrating. Bringing safety and comfort to troubled souls.
Now Paul faces carrying on her work without her. Wishing to talk to her one more time.
Paul never suspects Sadie left a secret just for him.
A secret that changes his life forever.
Also available in the collection Stepping Out of Reality
An excerpt from The Lightning-Struck Wood:
Gayle worked her way around to Paul and squeezed tight enough that his spine crackled. He relaxed into her warmth and strength and soothing lavender fragrance.
Almost like one final, much-needed hug from Sadie.
“I know you’ve lived up here for a long damn time,” Gayle said, “and I still say I don’t like you spending tonight alone. One of us can stay, or better yet, you grab your toothbrush and go on a little vacation with us. The gods know you’ve earned it.”
Paul shook his head before she let go, and her rueful smile let him know she wasn’t surprised.
“I appreciate the thought and the invitation, I really do. But this is one of those saying goodbye things, you know? Gotta take my chance to visit with Sadie’s spirit while I can.”