Research, horses and thanks :)

Posted on October 25, 2014 by

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If you’ve been following my blog lately, it’s no secret that I’ve been writing a story about two sisters who lost their parents, and that their mom owned a horse farm.  Jasmine, the little sister, is emotionally bonded with her horse Mono. What you may not know is that I don’t know the first, Read More

Lucky Charms (Zoe)

Posted on October 23, 2014 by

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Untitled work, rough draft, not edited, read at your own risk, etc etc etc.  Also copyrighted, please don’t repost anywhere. Thanks. You can catch up from the beginning here.   Get your parents to watch your kid. Asshole. I’m back at my car, without really noticing how I got there.  I don’t know the guy who walked, Read More

Gravestones (Matt)

Posted on October 22, 2014 by

Photo Credit:  Flavio Takemoto

Untitled work, rough draft, not edited, read at your own risk, etc etc etc.  Also copyrighted, please don’t repost anywhere. Thanks. You can catch up from the beginning here.   Lucas Cervone, a slightly chubby nine-year-old with bright red cheeks, looks up from the table when I speak to him. “It’s my cat, Mister P.” “Oh yeah?”, Read More

Miss Welch? (Zoe)

Posted on October 20, 2014 by

Horse in stable

Untitled work, rough draft, not edited, read at your own risk, etc etc etc.  Also copyrighted, please don’t repost anywhere. Thanks. You can catch up from the beginning here. “I don’t wanna eat my vegetables,” Jasmine says for the four-hundredth time. Just in case I didn’t hear her before. I wave a fork in her direction. “I’m, Read More

Character Profile: Jim Turville

Posted on October 18, 2014 by

Jim Turville. Photo courtesy US Army

  19 years old. Jim Turville has all the luck. He finished basic training just in time for a massive terrorist attack on Washington, DC and the beginning of the second American civil war. But at the time he didn’t know any of that was coming.  In fact, at the time, he was kind of, Read More

Let’s get to business (Matt)

Posted on October 17, 2014 by

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Untitled work, rough draft, not edited, read at your own risk, etc etc etc.  Also copyrighted, please don’t repost anywhere. Thanks. You can catch up from the beginning here. It’s early to leave for the teacher work day before  starts, but at one in the afternoon Tyler shows up at my door. He chuckles as he walks, Read More