Christmas Comes to Grayfields by Valerie Dickison

The second volume in the Lydia of Grayfields Series is available for Kindle Readers. This time the reader is “a fly on the wall” as feline Lydia, her brother Frank, Annie, Stanley and Aunt Sophie experience their first Christmas together as a family. A Christmas miracle occurs, in a fashion that only Lydia could pull […]

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Lydia of Grayfields by Valerie Dickison is out on Nook

The Kindle edition of the Cat That Chose to Speak was popular, and we learned that a lot of people wanted to read Ms. Dickison’s book on the Barnes and Noble Reader, Nook. This is a brand new Nook Edition. If you have the color Nook, you’ll see the nice artwork in color, too. To […]

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A Threat Received

Florence ordered the chicken breast broiled with almonds, steamed broccoli, and Caesar salad. She watched while Shorty ordered the 16 oz T-bone, mashed potatoes, and green beans. She decided on the white chardonnay while her partner selected the Budweiser. “I doubt if the Caesar dressing will have anchovies,” she remarked as the waitress wandered off. […]

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Excerpt from Emerald Green

Callie Houston’s second adventure involves her in a corrupt pet food supplier. Here is a short excerpt. Ketamine—nasty  stuff. A friend of mine was dosed on ketamine by a malicious date that was some years older than she was. She reported to me that at first she felt like she was floating in space, detached […]

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The Loops begin to Close

Lawson Brewer glanced at his radar unit and shifted down into third. His green XJ220 Jaguar responded by leaping forward on IH 37 between Corpus Christi and San Antonio. Power poles began flipping backwards as his the speedometer crept up past 162 kilometers per hour—nearly a hundred miles per hour, Lawson estimated. He shifted into […]

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Part of a Secret Uncovered

The more Florence Duvan thought about the stranger who was interested in appraisal values, the more curious she became. He hadn’t mentioned his full name—just introduced himself as Cabot, which she assumed was his last name. She mentioned her curiosity to Mildred, the owner of the pie shop across the street. “Everybody is asking me […]

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Excerpt from Lydia of Grayfields: A Cat Who Chose to Speak

Grayfields was an appropriate name for this monolithic stone mansion that my Uncle Rowley commissioned to have built many years ago. It was four square stories of imposing solid granite and solemnly appeared as if it could withstand the forces of nature for all of eternity.  Sadly perched and brooding atop a mound, the walls […]

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Valerie Dickison’s New Book, Lydia of Grayfields

We’re very pleased to be publishing Valerie Dickison’s Lydia of Grayfields Series! I think you’ll get the idea if you read my review. To say that I enjoyed reading Valerie Dickison’s new book, Lydia of Grayfields,  would be a gross understatement. I think it will have all the potential for being another Winnie the Pooh. […]

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Penny Ash’s Pale Fire

From the moment I met Sasha in the sewers in Moscow I knew I’d be in for fast paced race to the finish. The best part was that I had no idea where that finish was going to be. I don’t believe I’ve ever read in the “erotic alien abduction” genre. In fact, I had […]

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A New Dog in an Old Town

Walfer Falls, a medium sized town west of Fort Worth, sat on top of the largest gas field ever discovered. A couple of engineers and one drilling superintendent were privy to this information, and they were sworn to secrecy with hints of the kinds of unfortunate things that would happen to them and their family […]

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