Guided Imagery is a 2,000-word paranormal mystery short story suitable for reading on your lunch hour.
Guided imagery meditation plays a key role in helping a very efficient older woman relieve her gentle daughter of an abusive husband.
"If the things she brought back didn't hurt her, then why couldn't she bring back something capable of killing someone else?"
|Publisher:||Sharon K. Garner|
|File size:||141 KB|
About the Author
Sharon K. Garner writes so she can snag all the great comebacks that often elude her in real life, although she manages to voice her fair share. She began her writing career with disastrously detailed diaries, moving on to simply loving words, books, and reading. Living in seasonal Pennsylvania, she chooses to write her stories of love and danger set in warm, tropical, even exotic, locations. A former library cataloguer and newspaper proofreader, she now does freelance copyediting and proofreading for other writers. In her free time, she reads mystery and suspense novels and prances around her living room doing walk aerobics. Her published titles, in a combination of hardback, trade paperback, large print, and electronic formats, are River of Dreams, Sanctuary, Lokelani Nights, and The Spaniard's Cross.