Hi, and welcome

I am excited about the upcoming e-book publication of my novel,  Death is Always a Resident, by Cedar Fort Publishing   We are hoping for a May, 2015 release. It is a “cozy” mystery about a young widow who finally lands her dream job as manager of a health care facility, just in time to lose it.  I hope you will enjoy getting to know the characters and figuring out the mystery.

If you would like to read a short story I have written, please go to  http://www.elsewherelit.org.,   Click on “Fresh Literature,” then click on “Fiction,” and then click on my name.  The story is titled “Wyoming Winter” and it appears in the on-line magazine titled “Elsewhere.”

This is a “family” story and actually happened.  Although I knew my paternal grandparents, I never felt comfortable discussing this tragedy with them, even though I knew the story. Many of my family members found it surprising that I wrote it from my grandfather’s viewpoint instead of my grandmother’s. My grandfather was a gruff man who smoked a pipe and intimidated  many of his grandchildren, while my grandmother was “softer” and more approachable. However, I had always been intrigued by the grandfather I didn’t know and by the humanness in him that I seldom saw, so I wrote it from his viewpoint.

I would be interested in how you, as a reader, see him and your response to this story. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

Lorraine

 

 

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About Lorraine Jeffery

Lorraine Jeffery earned her bachelor’s degree in English and her MLIS in library science, and managed public libraries in Texas, Ohio and Utah for over twenty years. She has won poetry prizes in state and national contests and has published over thirty poems in various publications, including Clockhouse, Kindred, Calliope, Ibbetson Street,and Rockhurst Review. She has published short stories in War Cry, The Standard and Segullah. Her articles have appeared in Focus on the Family, Mature Years, and Utah’s Senior Review, as well as other publications.. She is the mother of ten children (eight adopted) and currently lives with her husband in Orem, Utah.

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