Smorgasbord Reblog – Sally goes out and about with Jane Risdon with a new short story – Miss Lloyd’s Robin.

Yesterday I was the guest of author Jane Risdon who gave a boost to Life is Like a Mosaic but also let me share one of the short stories from my next collection due out later this year.

Sally Cronin: Author, Poet, and Blogger, is my Guest Author with her latest, Life is Like a Mosaic

I’m so happy to be able to present Sally Cronin to you today on what is her second visit here.

Instead of my usual interview with Q&A, Sally thought it would be fun to share a short story with you: Miss Lloyd’s Robin.

We hope you enjoy it.

Miss Lloyd’s Robin

Robin by Oldiefan – Pixabay 

It is fair to say Miss Lavinia Lloyd was not the most popular teacher in the girl’s grammar school she had taught in for over thirty years.

Those who had the dubious pleasure of being taught by this strict and unyielding educator came away with the distinct impression medieval torture apparatus would have been Miss Lloyd’s punishment of choice for infractions of her personal code of conduct, which were frequent. Her attire never varied and consisted of a mid-calf grey skirt, white buttoned up blouse, charcoal cardigan, thick black stockings and lace-up leather shoes that squeaked as she walked up and down between the desks. 

Head over to read the rest of the story and my thanks to Jane for being such a gracious host: Jane Risdon and Sally Cronin — Miss Lloyd’s Robin

 

Thanks for dropping by and hope you enjoy the story…Sally.

 

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