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More From The Book

Readers; Sorry I have been away from the keys for so long.  I’ve missed you!  What follows is yet another excerpt from the novel in progress.  Let me give you a little bit of background here so that the post … Continue reading

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The Story of Jacob Eaton

Readers;  Here is more of the book.  These pages would come immediately before that last post I put up a few hours ago – the conversation between Jacob Eaton and Rachel Thompson. This new bit tells the story of how … Continue reading

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The Story of Jacob Eaton

Readers;  Here is more of the book.  These pages would come immediately before that last post I put up a few hours ago – the conversation between Jacob Eaton and Rachel Thompson. This new bit tells the story of how … Continue reading

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More from The Book

Readers; Sorry I have been away from the keys for so long.  I’ve missed you!  What follows is yet another excerpt from the novel in progress.  Let me give you a little bit of background here so that the post … Continue reading

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Evening Poem, May 6, 2018

The sky darkens And the air grows light It’s mid-spring and mid-evening A star here and there in the long heavens And the very last of the birdsongs . The blossoming dogwood Is incandescent in the twilight As if it … Continue reading

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Evening Poem, May 6, 2018

The sky darkens And the air grows light It’s mid-spring and mid-evening A star here and there in the long heavens And the very last of the birdsongs . The blossoming dogwood Is incandescent in the twilight As if it … Continue reading

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Sketch for a Rainy Morning

The ice on his windshield was thin and in what was now rain instead of snow it loosened easily and fell to the wet pavement with only a stroke of the scraper.   Inside the car he turned the heater … Continue reading

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Evening Post, May 3, 2018

Readers; I am begging your indulgence here.  Tonight’s post has in it some of the sentences, even some of the paragraphs of last night’s post.  I don’t mean to bore you, but as I have been saying all along, these … Continue reading

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Evening Post, May 2, 2018

Readers;  Here is more work on the novel-in-progress.  This bit is about the protagonist’s relationship with another character in the story as that relationship was born in high school. I’ve posted bits of this before, but the long middle of … Continue reading

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First Night in The Old Mansion

Readers;  If you’ve been keeping up with the last few posts, you’ll get a sense of where this new bit fits in.  If you haven’t, I encourage you to click back a couple of posts on this blog and catch … Continue reading

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