Tag Archives: novels in progress

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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Seeking Rebecca

What follows is a section from the upcoming book.  It’s a conversation between Isaac Martin – a fictional creature and one of the main characters in the book – and Bertha Von Suttner, who is a real, historical figure and … Continue reading

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More from the book . . .

More from the book . . . .     In fact Rachel Kirby had heard those same endorsements before.   Her husband – now late husband – had been a good guy, a real good guy.  He may have been … Continue reading

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Rachel Kirby and Starlight

Here is just a little more from he novel in progress.  This is a little glimpse of the life and character of Rachel Kirby, the book’s protagonist.  The woman who decides to buy and rehab the old house. Ed.   … Continue reading

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More from the Book

Posted on March 2, 2018by labeak52   What follows below is more from my novel in progress.  This is a continuation of the conversation between Bertha Von Suttner and Isaac Martin.  Von Suttner is a real, historical person.  She was an Austrian … Continue reading

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More from the Book

  What follows below is more from my novel in progress.  This is a continuation of the conversation between Bertha Von Suttner and Isaac Martin.  Von Suttner is a real, historical person.  She was an Austrian countess whose family and … Continue reading

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One More Chapter

Here is another chapter from my novel in progress.  It’s a problem reading it out of order, I know, but that’s how I am writing it and, after all, it’s here for free.  Ed     On August the 31st … Continue reading

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The Next Chapter

Today’s post picks up where yesterday’s left off.  If you didn’t read last night’s post and want to orient yourself before reading this one, just click back one post on the blog.  Ed     When she awoke her windows … Continue reading

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Another Chapter

  December had been unseasonably warm.  There had been no snow before Christmas, but the days were short as winter days always are and the skies were grey and cloudy and solid, sealing heaven from view.  As she sat on … Continue reading

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An Approach to The Countess

            There were many people in the great room and William Martin knew only Karl.  The others looked as all the others had looked to Martin during his time at Burghausen; clothed in silk and … Continue reading

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