Monthly Archives: September 2015

In the River’s Bend (Between Breath & Suffocation Sec. 16)

John’s answer to every problem was to go to the river. So even though winter had covered it with its chill, we got out of the car and walked to the edge. “How ya feeling?” John asked. I smiled and … Continue reading

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777 Writer’s Challenge Times 2

Imagine my surprise a few days ago when I logged on and found that I had been selected by two fellow bloggers–Jacqueline from A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales  and Sandra from Sandra J. Jackson Expressions–to participate in the 777 Writers … Continue reading

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Betrayed (Between Breath & Suffocation Sec. 15)

“I didn’t know I was betraying you…” I cried. “What are you talking about?” Sage raised her voice. “What’s going on? Where is she?” Sage ran into the living room, up the stairs checking each room, and back down. “She … Continue reading

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Encouraging Thunder Award!!

“O, that my tongue were in the thunder’s mouth! Then with a passion would I shake the world.” (King John, act 3, sc. 4) Special thanks to Kay Morris from Kay Morris Writes, fellow blogger, for nominating me for the … Continue reading

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Love, Hope, and Disaster (Between Breath & Suffocation Sec.14)

“How did she get here?” Sage asked, looking Mother up and down. “Aunt Mary brought her.” “It was time for me to come home,” Mother offered. “I’m better now…I know I have a lot to make up for…” “You could … Continue reading

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