Published by CreateSpace on July 4, 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Fantasy
Source: Kindle Unlimited
I’m back on shores of Lake Erie, but the cold waters are silent. There is nothing here for me but ghosts and the beach glass that litters the rocky shore. Long ago, I lived below the waves. Now, I am the sole survivor, and at long last, my mermaid glamour is leaving me.
Every day, I walk the beach. Every day, I wonder what happened to my people. The little pieces of colored glass that wash ashore give me simple pleasure. They are gifts from the lake, reminders of home. I fashion them into trinkets: necklaces, earrings, bracelets. They are beautiful things. The humans seem love them.
Every day, I walk the beach. Nothing ever changes, until the day he says hello.
It’s not a question, it’s a fact. The cancer is eating me alive. They told me I have six months to live, maybe less. I came home, back to Chancellor on Lake Erie, to die. The sunsets are vivid there, and I will relish every one.
I've never seen anything more beautiful than a Lake Erie sunset until I see her.
All life is fragile as glass.
What would you sacrifice to save the one you love?
In ” an Oyster Shell – It was the beginning of a great story. It was bare bones.
The Pearls – The concept and execution of this story was unique. The mermaid story as been done again and again. Yet, the last mermaid coming from Lake Erie? So Interesting. For how short this story was, I was impressed with how many details were in it.
The Sand- I feel like the author sells everyone short by stopping at a Novella. I feel like the story could have been fleshed out more.