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“Storm Herons” by Lydia Stewart.

“Storm clouds roiled overhead during morning farm chores on the last day of June. Charcoal piles of anger stretched upward, mountain peaks wrapped in silver stretches of mist. Angry fronts collided in sky battles while the waves that rolled behind curled upwards like the sea….”

~From “The Light of Herons,” writing by me, illustrations by Lydia Stewart

I’m trying something new with Midwestern storyteller Lydia Stewart, who has been the other side of various blog post adventures like touristing at the Covered Bridge Festival and eating bugs at Purdue. She is illustrating a series I’m writing called “Light in Winter.”

“Light in Winter” consists of illustrated stories from farm and rural life that will uplift you during the coldest and darkest months of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. From November through February, you’ll receive a weekly email or monthly print publication with these stories.

This writing won’t appear on my blog; it is exclusive to this series. For an idea of the type of stories and illustrations you’ll see, check out “The Light of Herons.”

Don’t miss out! Order before October ends so you don’t miss a single installment of “Light in Winter.” Weekly emails will start Nov. 3. Monthly print newsletters will be sent out at the end of the month.

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