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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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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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Treasure Found, Pt. 2

Readers;  Here is another installment from my novel in progress.  For those of you who read last night’s post, this will be a seamless continuation.  If you haven’t read that one and you want in on the mystery and excitement, … Continue reading

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