Lois was so disoriented that she almost lost her bearings in the dark. As she struggled to open her eyes, she tried to figure out exactly what had scared her so. She thought: "Was my guardian angle trying to warn me by instilling a strange dream? Or worst yet by some odd coincidence, was someone in the house?"
Frozen in position, Lois tried to analyze her silly notions. Thankful that the hallway night-light also illuminated the bedroom, she slowly and carefully began to study each shadowy shape in her room......
Deaf Anthology Commentary:
I bet you all curious about the rest of the story, it's frightening enough already, perhaps it's a ghost in her bedroom but I won't know unless I order and read her book. There are a lot of good Deaf authors out there, they just haven't been discovered yet. Lois is a newcomer to the publishing world even though her book is a collection of stories over the years.
"Lois of Cave Spring" is now available online, just click on the title to transfer to her website.