Monthly Archives: November 2014

How River Caught Sunlight Opens

CHAPTER ONE January, 1983. Coeymans, New York Janice Westfahl saw rather than heard pop, pop, pop, a stitching of pops going off, small puffs of smoke. The rock wall crumpled, then shimmered to the ground. Dust billowed and bellied into … Continue reading

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River Caught Sunlight: Excerpt

Here is an excerpt from The River Caught Sunlight. Just after making funeral arrangements of her mother, Janice needs to walk away. Marcel is her brother’s girlfriend. You’ll find the novel’s title here as well: “Back at The Farm, a warm … Continue reading

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A Meditation on the Constellation Orion

1. Stepped out on the porch, and into Orion’s belt, long before dawn. I was on my way to do chores, only I ran into these stars, my nose burning, with his rich, redolent stink. He stood, legs spread, like I’ve … Continue reading

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The River Caught Sunlight Ebook is on Sale

About The River Caught Sunlight, blogger Winn Collier says, “Katie Andraski spent years in the Christian publishing world (which isn’t always so Christian). She survived, and now she has her own story, recasting the narrative in her debut novel, a … Continue reading

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