WAYNESBURG — While doing genealogical research on her family, Carol Cajigas tracked down a family member, her great-great grandfather, Teater Higgins, to Waynesburg.

Born in Paw Paw, West Virginia, Higgins married Mary Wilkinson from Wheeling, West Virginia, but is believed to be buried somewhere in Waynesburg, according to old family accounts.

Her discovery of her long-gone relative led her to writ...

July 11, 2016

Early Spring, 1938 – Waynesburg, PA

Two men stood on the crest of a hill facing each other in a heated debate.

“Teater, don’t do it,” said Jediah.  “You don’t know what might happen.”

“I’m afraid you can’t stop me, boy,” said Teater.  “Listen, I’m as certain of this as I am about the Prophecy.  I know in the very essence of my being that I am supposed to do this.”

Teater rubbed the back of his ne...

July 9, 2016

About 1545 - Somewhere in the hills of the north near the great waters

“He means nothing to me.”  Onatah sighed.

Juan caressed her face in his calloused hands.  “Ona, I am not questioning your loyalty; I am concerned he will misinterpret your kindness.”

“Am I not to be kind?”  Her dark eyes rose to meet his.

“I’ve watched how he looks at you.”

She was aware of Juan's protective nature.  Not possessing...

July 7, 2016

Waynesburg, Pennsylvania – Spring

The instant her toe caught Alexandra braced herself for the impact.  As her body made contact, the surface gave way.  A scream escaped her lips as she tumbled downward through a dark shaft.  The descent ended abruptly with a belly flop into icy cold water.

Water gushed up her nose and into her mouth; she thrashed until her foot touched bottom and her head...

July 6, 2016

I've been researching cataclysmic events for my next novel, and I've settled on the destructive nature of the aberrant gamma ray.

It's a good thing I write fiction.  I can't imagine the work it would take to be factual; I have enough trouble keeping my characters from running off the page as it is.  Although my books revolve around a fictional world, I try to keep a firm footing in the real world....

July 4, 2016

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Larkspur is the first book of H.H.Laura's Sensate Nine Moon Saga, and is being offered FREE to celebrate the publication of Heartseed, the third book in the series in which the Prophecy comes to an end.  (This FREE copy is only available until August 1st.)

Throughout the series,...

July 3, 2016

Wow, I never thought I'd get here.  I finished Heartseed, the third book in the Sensate Nine Moon Saga, and jumped for joy.  This was a major accomplishment in my life.

When I started Larkspur, I hoped to finish the tribute to my parents before my mother lapsed so far into Alzheimer's that she didn't realize she would live on in print forever.  It tickled me when she asked me again and again to rea...

July 2, 2016

The delicate Heartseed Vine not only inspired the name of Alexandra's home on the mountain, but also the concept of Balisier.  My Sensates are a benevolent race of people who have extrasensory perception.  In order to be selected to enter into their group, not only do you have to possess the recessive gene, but you must also exhibit a high moral character.  The brown seeds of this vine are each ma...

July 1, 2016

Those who wish to journey through time with H.H.Laura's Sensates  - grab a FREE copy of Larkspur, the first book in the Sensate Nine Moon Saga by using the coupon code UV86T at SmashWords.

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After the devastating loss of her parents in a f...

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