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Getting to The Point

Readers; If you’ve been following along, you know that I have been working on a conversation between two of the principal characters in the story – Rachel Thompson and Jacob Eaton.  Jacob fell for her when they were both in … Continue reading

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How Hard He Fell

Readers;  Here is another snippet from the book.  This one tells how Jacob Eaton fell in love with Rachel Thompson, the book’s protagonist.  It happened, years before the story in the book begins, when the two of them were about … Continue reading

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How Hard He Fell

Readers;  Here is another snippet from the book.  This one tells how Jacob Eaton fell in love with Rachel Thompson, the book’s protagonist.  It happened, years before the story in the book begins, when the two of them were about … Continue reading

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Interlude: Isaac and Rebecca

    June 2, 1913 was a beautiful Monday.  It had been a late spring in West Virginia and the trees on the mountains and hillsides all around the town of Walhonde were not yet in full foliage and the … Continue reading

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Interlude: Isaac and Rebecca

    June 2, 1913 was a beautiful Monday.  It had been a late spring in West Virginia and the trees on the mountains and hillsides all around the town of Walhonde were not yet in full foliage and the … Continue reading

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Light Through a Window

  When she awoke her windows were bright with the morning sunlight. It had been cloudy for so long that she had almost forgotten what a clear day looked like and she was surprised at the lift she felt as … Continue reading

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Light Through The Window

  When she awoke her windows were bright with the morning sunlight. It had been cloudy for so long that she had almost forgotten what a clear day looked like and she was surprised at the lift she felt as … Continue reading

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Celebrating the End

  Readers;  Here is today’s installment on the novel in progress.  Thanks for reading.  Ed.     It was not finished.  Though she had dismissed Brad Dawson and all the work that would be done had been done, three of … Continue reading

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Celebrating The End

Readers;  He is this afternoon’s installment from the book. Thanks for reading.  Ed     It was not finished.  Though she had dismissed Brad Dawson and all the work that would be done had been done, three of the upstairs … Continue reading

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An Evening of Beginnings

  Hey, Readers;  Here’s another snippet from the book.  In this scene our protagonist, Rachel Thompson, has recalled an old flame back to the little town where they grew up to help her evaluate some paintings she has found in … Continue reading

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