Author Archives: Shanon Grey

About Shanon Grey

I am a Fiction::Weaver, weaving stories of suspense and romance with threads of the paranormal.

Shanon Grey Talks Hobbies at Reader Entertainment Magazine

First, let me congratulate Loretta Wheeler for winning a signed copy of Currents of Destiny in the drawing at Karen’s Killer Fixin’s! That was such fun! Today, I am being spotlighted at Reader Entertainment Magazine, talking about my hobby. I … Continue reading

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Shanon Grey is Over at Karen’s Killer Fixin’s Today

Dropping in quickly to let you know my alter ego — Shanon Grey — is over at Karen’s Killer Fixin’s today with an excerpt of Currents of Destiny, a quick and easy recipe for Banana, Coconut, Pecan Loaf, and a … Continue reading

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As dreams go ~

He sat in the grass as I stepped around the house, rose, and followed me to the front door. About the size of a large cat, he had a longish neck and a brontosaurus type head. His round eyes were … Continue reading

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Doctor in the Bowels of Hell

Most of you don’t know that I spend my days working in the corporate world. I don’t normally mix the two. But, these are unusual times, and I wanted to share part of my day with you. Our CEO holds … Continue reading

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Reduced Prices on All Books on Amazon

We have so much going on right now, I decided the least I could do was adjust my book prices. All of my books on digital are now $2.99. The print prices vary because of fees, printing costs, etc. They … Continue reading

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Kanaloa, the Octopus God

Toward the end of summer, the owner of the Surf and Turf gathered the children of the beach, many with no place to go, and held a cookout around a large bonfire to ensure they had one great experience for … Continue reading

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Inside the Currents of Destiny

Recently, I published Currents of Destiny, a story created from a time in my life long ago, in a place that I love, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Though the story is fiction, many memories were brought to the forefront as I … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day 2020

I have been around long enough to see the world transition to and from and back again with regard to freedom and equality for women. The pendulum always seems to be swinging. In the US, lately, it seems to be … Continue reading

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Birthday Reflections

Yesterday, as I turned “older,” I was gifted with all sorts of birthday greetings, from family and friends alike. A cousin sent me a picture of me as a child, of which I have no memory. My daughter sent me … Continue reading

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A Ruthorford Christmas Eve

Like every household with children, Ruthorford’s homes are no different at Christmas ~ with a few magical exceptions. With the power of the earth at their fingertips, the descendants make sure Christmas Eve is truly magical for all the children. … Continue reading

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