Twinges is a book written by my friend, Tammy Marshall, who is also a Nebraska author. It is a story about an elementary school teacher who has sensations she calls twinges. They predict a student’s future. After a frightening prediction, she becomes deeply concerned if she can somehow change the prediction and head off a tragedy.
What amazes me is the depth of horror there is in this prediction. If it comes true, it will be disastrous. Would you chance it? Would you try to avert it? Could you?
Tammy is a really great friend and a good person. Her writing is very good, and I can’t wait to read some more of the book. It amazes me how these amiable people can write stories full of horror. Where does their inspiration come from? It’s not as if Tammy has a group of witches she hangs out with regularly. Or does she? Just joking.
Of course, there are plots which are very dark, and people create them who are completely normal with good imaginations. They need to dive deep in researching crimes, the minds of criminals, how they arrive at their decisions, and what they do and expect to get away with.
I’m a big fan of mysteries and whodunits. I can’t wait to figure out the rest of the story as Tammy reveals it. It’s my first read for June, and won’t be my last. So far, I’m on track, having read 15 books so far in 2023, 3 each month. What are you reading? Share it here, please.
I love to read, especially in the summer. It reminds me of going to the library in South Omaha and joining the Summer Reading Club, reading 10 books each summer. Thanks to our mom, for getting us started. Speaking of libraries, your local one will have all five of Tammy’s books. Pick one up today. You’ll be glad you did. Take care, see you tomorrow.