Each Wind That Blows

Please enjoy these excerpts from my memoir, Each Wind That Blows, available on Amazon in print and on Kindle. Or for a signed copy, please order here

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September 1, 2018

Excerpt from Each Wind That Blows

I wake sometime in the night, haunted by the ghost of an old, torn up elephant, the ghost of my mother close on his heels. Oh, give it a rest, I moan, irritated, mentally swatting at the notion like one would a pestering fly. Give her a...

May 17, 2018

Excerpt from Each Wind That Blows by Susannah Cord

Why is it, I wonder, as I let my hand run down Libra’s neck, not white but a rich coppery chestnut, why is it that anything looks better from the back of a horse? Why are our emotions greater, grander, why do we feel su...

April 25, 2018

- An Excerpt from my memoir,  Each Wind That Blows

When I was but a wee little girl, a blue eyed towhead of some four or five years of age, I asked my mother what my father looked like.

This was a startling and discomfiting question for my mother, who immediately swung i...

April 13, 2018

Excerpt from Each Wind That Blows

We come out of the valley at a walk to find a horseman’s dream of a plain stretch out before us. Flat, open, grass clipped short by hungry teeth. It’s on our way and we mean to cross it. If I know Tristan at all by now, it will be at sp...

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