A nationally recognized American author. She was a frequent contributor to The Ladies' Home Journal.
Fairy Prince and Other Stories (1922)
The Indiscreet Letter (1915)
The Sick-a-Bed Lady (1911)
Peace on Earth, Good-will to Dogs (1920)
Little Eve Edgarton (1914)
The White Linen Nurse (1913)
Molly Make-Believe (1910)
Rainy Week (1921)
The White Linen Nurse-
The White Linen Nurse is a hysterical story of an exhausted nurse who comes to regret her profession and then somehow finds herself caring for the invalid daughter of the Senior Surgeon. The unexpected events which lead her there and also those which take her forward from that point are sure to evoke laughter and tears - a never to be forgotten story that will send a warm glow to your heart.
The Indiscreet Letter-
Three fellow travelers on a train enter into a discussion concerning what they would call an 'indiscreet letter.' The discussion, albeit short, produces some rather interesting revelations during the journey and at journey's end.
Little Eve Edgarton-
Eve Edgarton is not who she seems she is. A short encounter with Mr. Barton show that first impressions are not always right or indicative of one's seemingly obvious preference or one's proclivity.
Carl Stanton is an invalid suffering from an unusual bout of rheumatism. His fiancee is gone for the winter and though he begs her to write to help ease his boredom and pain she is stingy with her letters. She sends him what she calls a 'ridiculous circular' which she states is very apropos of his sentimental passion for letters. In a sudden fit of mischief, malice and rheumatism, Carl decides to respond to the circular which results in bringing about the necessary distraction in a flurry of letters that do ease Carl's boredom and pain but also bring him something else that he never quite expected.