The Pacific Northwest looks like a peaceful place. There are pretty towns like Corsair’s Cove and Victoria, beautiful parks, rugged green wilderness….
But once upon a time, in my grandmother’s lifetime, there was Prohibition and smuggling, rumrunners and corruption.
My new story is set in that post-Great War era, when women had new legal rights and the social rules were loosening like Edwardian corsets.
I loved learning a little more about that time and what my grandmother, a new bride like my story’s main character Hulda, might have done as a young farm wife. And I loved putting some of those things into my new Corsair’s Cove Companion short story, Good Spirits.
I hope you get the same pleasure reading it as I got writing it.
Wishing you a happy weekend,