Mary Bradford, a mother and an expert in hugging, is a published writer of short stories in magazines, newspapers and anthologies both in Ireland and internationally, mainly in the United States. Her novel 'My Husband's Sin', contemporary fiction, is with Tirgearr Publishing. She writes historical westerns and adult romance also. Mary too, writes plays and has seen her work both short-listed and performed.
Her white crystal studded clutch bag was a present from him,
the sharp scissors within it hers. The bag was his way of saying sorry. Sorry he was
caught cheating she reckoned. She breathed easier now that she had dealt with
the issue and clutched the expensive bag closer to her, its sparse contents
surprising if anyone should take a look. Still she would love to see his face
when he saw the alterations she did to his designer suits before she left him.