Summary: This story is my contribution to the 2012 Michael Landon’s Birthday Literary Challenge to write a spooky story. On a foggy All Hallows Eve, Joe has made camp by himself. What possibly could be out beyond the fog?
Word Count: 1,686 Rated: K+
Summary: While the Civil War pits brother against brother, a night on Hell’s battlefield pulls Joe and Adam into a fight that only one can survive. (Response to ML’s 2012 birthday challenge.)
Rated: T Word Count: 3,000
Summary: After going into town to buy a present for Hoss, Little Joe runs into a mysterious stranger with a bag of golden coins. Come follow along as Little Joe tells us the story of one of his greatest adventures.
Rated: Family Friendly / Word count: 29,698
Summary: Strange things abound when the family takes shelter in an abandoned Victorian era house, but is it really abandoned?
Word Count: 8100 Rated: T
Summary: Four full grown Cartwrights—and one overworked Doc Martin—being bested by a bunch of angry, young Shoshoni boys could provide fodder for some uproarious saloon talk…if they can live long enough for their story to be told.
Rated: T WC 18,500
Robbed and left for dead at the roadside, Adam and Joe are forced to take shelter from a storm in an abandoned house. Injured himself, Adam struggles to keep his brother alive. But the house has a past, and it returns to haunt them…
Rated: T WC 9500
An American in England, lukewarm beer, and haunting experiences. Is it possible to adjust with people who insist you’re from “the colonies?” Halloween story, a PS for “The Art of Setting Priorities.”
3,000 words, rated K
The Art-Universe series, links to all the stories within the series included.