Short Stories

These are not excerpts from the novels in Watervalley Books. They are just great stories from author Jeff High. This is where you can meet new characters and catch up with old friends…and maybe get a hint of what is coming up the next novel from Watervalley Books!

The Valentine’s Day Dance

The Valentine’s Day Dance

 The Watervalley Line-Dance and Bingo Club had the annual Mid-Winter Crisis Dance last night over at the Memorial Building. Mary Ann Marshall, the librarian out at Watervalley High stole the show. But it was nothing like last year. Her performance last year was an event approaching Pearl Harbor… a day that will live in infamy. […]

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The Getaway Car

The Getaway Car

Dr. Bradford’s old Corolla broke down again last week and Chick had to bring the wrecker and haul it over to the garage. Chick let him use an old Pinto as a loaner for a small fee. It was little improvement. But at least for the time being, nobody tailgated him. It’s been quiet down at […]

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Wendy Wilson’s 2013 Christmas Break Update

Wendy Wilson’s 2013 Christmas Break Update

Hey Everybody! Wendy Wilson here with the Watervalley Elementary School Christmas Break Update. We had the annual school Christmas program the last day before the break. Mrs. Gregory, the elementary school music teacher seemed happy it was over. Each year she says she’s never doing another one. I think it drives her crazy. But Mrs. […]

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The House Call

The House Call

Luke Bradford only had a couple of quick errands to run this last Saturday before catching the start of the football game at eleven. He left the house at ten, thinking everything would take an hour, tops. By then, he would be on the couch, well stocked with chips and a cold brewski. His alma […]

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The Neighbors

The Neighbors

Randy and Marvelle Simpkins are looking forward to a quiet Halloween next week. They are pretty sure they couldn’t stand another one like last year. You see, last year they got the daylights scared out of them when Tilly Armstrong, their next door neighbor, started playing the violin around midnight. It wouldn’t have been that […]

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The Choir Director

The Choir Director

“And fools, who came to scoff, remained to pray.” -Oliver Goldsmith, “The Deserted Village” The worship service was almost a disaster this past Sunday at Watervalley First Presbyterian. It was all because of the panties. The whole business started several weeks ago when a production company that was doing a documentary on churches in rural […]

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