This week the blog topic is my earliest memory. Join me and the other #evernighties on this blog hop!
My earliest memory has to be when I was around four years old and my great grandmother passed away. I don’t remember her passing, but I do remember playing in her furniture which was left out on the front lawn. Now, slow up. Her furniture wasn’t on the front lawn for no reason. My grandmother and great aunt had decided to have an auction of her things. Her furniture was placed on the front lawn for the auction. I remember picking a ton of dandelions, which might have only been a small bouquet, but when you’re four, things seem bigger, and walking through the furniture. I made a maze out of the couch and chair situation. There’s a photo of me with my brother and great aunt out on the lawn on the sofa. It’s a weird memory and will probably make it into a book one day.
What about you? What’s your earliest memory? Share!
And since you’re here, why not check out my Evernight novella, Soft Clay!
Soft Clay by Megan Slayer
book 4 in the Celestial Mates series
#paranormal #romance #kindle
Celestial Mates, 4
Two souls trapped—can they find freedom in each other’s arms?
Nike, the goddess of speed, can’t move. She’s the goddess of strength and she can’t shatter her curse. The goddess of victory has lost her weapons—her shield and spear. She put her faith in a human, only to be cursed. Can another human be the key to her salvation and freedom from the clay?
Charlie needs someone who can understand him. A person to cherish him. Male or female, he doesn’t care. He’s intrigued by Nike’s statue. Call him infatuated. But she’s a statue and they don’t come to life from true love’s kiss, do they?