Everything is in motion in this volume of the beloved serial fiction, Denver Cereal. The past years of healing have left our friends in Denver Cereal ready to take real risks on new beginnings with characteristic craziness.
The birth of Valerie’s son causes everyone to speak gibberish. She is nearly ready to have her son when Mike learns that he might be the father of children by his sister Candy’s ex-partner Jazmyne. This leads them to address Valerie’s fans directly.
Heather and Tres; Blane and Nelson — things get going when an abuela arrives to kick them into action. Chet finally comes to live with Heather and Blane only to be foiled by the gay conversion center he was trapped in. His and Tink’s mother meets her end when she visits with Heather and Blane. Tink ricochets off all of this trauma to spend time with Sissy in New York City.
Of course, Sissy has been dancing at public ballet “parties.” These parties lead to wider interest in her talents. She is swept away to interview at the Opera de Paris and the Royal Ballet School. Secret forces keep her away from interviewing in Russia which causes Ivan to finally unburden himself.
Back in Denver, Abi starts collecting a team to deal with the Fire of Hell in Leadville and Sandy purchases a journal that will lead Nash and Teddy on an adventure in the near future.
Poncha Springs is classic Denver Cereal with great relationships and filled with action where fantasy, paranormal, and everyday life connect to make the world called Denver Cereal. Started in 2008, Denver Cereal is one of the longest serial fictions ever written and published.
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About the Author
Claudia Hall Christian writes stories about good people caught in difficult situations. Her stories are addictive, heart pounding, and intense. She is the author of the Alex the Fey thriller series, the Queen of Cool, the Seth and Ava Mysteries, Suffer a Witch, Abee Normal Paranormal Investigations, and the longest consecutive serial fiction ever written, Denver Cereal. She lives in Denver where she keeps bees, gardens, hangs out with her Plott Hounds, and husband