Publication

Available through: www.amazon.com  or  www.ShapatoPublishing.com.

 

 

 

 

 

Make Hay While The Sun Shines: 4th in the Series of Stories About Growing up In and Around Small Towns in the Midwest by Shapato Publishing.

Includes my new story, “Between Iron and Paint.”

 

 

Nurturing Paws from Whispering Angel Books, edited by Lynn Johnston. This collection of 80 short stories and poems will celebrate the spirituality of animals and their contributions to the well being of their human counterparts, and includes my story, “Special Vision Not Special Effects.” 

Contributors include three time Senior Poet Laureate Elaine Morgan, New York Post and Huffington Post columnist Tina Traster and a long list of award-winning writers from around the continental United States.

Editor Lynn Johnston will donate a portion of book sales proceeds to charities promoting humane treatment of animals.

This collection is available online at Amazon,  Barnes and Noble as well as Whispering Angel Books.

December 18, 2010 Amber Waves of Grain book event in NW Iowa.

Rebecca Groff (L) and Judy Taber, Lake Park, Iowa book event, December 2010.

I have the pleasure of being a contributing writer to Shapato Publishing’s best-selling anthology series on stories about growing up in the Midwest.

All four anthologies are available through www.amazon.com, or at www.ShapatoPublishing.com

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Walking Beans Wasn’t Something You Did With Your Dog: Stories of Growing Up in and Around Small Towns in the Midwest (Shapato Publishing, 2008) concludes with my story: “Small Town Ghosts.” 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Knee High by the Fourth of July: More Stories of Growing Up in and Around Small Towns in the Midwest (Shapato Publishing, 2009) includes my story: “The Time of Snakes, Sparklers and Carmel Corn.” 

 

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amber Waves of Grain: Third in the Series of Stories about Growing Up in and Around Small Towns in the Midwest (Shapato Publishing, 2010) includes my short story: “City Girl View.”

  

 

A Cup of Comfort for the Grieving Heart (Adams Media, 2010) includes my story: “Believe, Persevere, Continue.”

This collection is available at www.amazon.com and in major bookstores.

 

3 thoughts on “Publication

  1. “It’s been a pleasure reading about your publications in short stories. Thank you for inviting me to do so..”

  2. Your resume continues to grow. Congrats!

    It’s fun to watch a friend (whom I met thru writing) continue to be recognized for her ability.

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