Monthly Archives: September 2019


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The tree…a short story

People came to see the tree.  They said they felt something when they were around it.  Some brought books and food and stayed for days, reading and communing with the tree itself.  A few thought the tree was breathing.  They … Continue reading

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Okay, so…

Another thing about so called history…the person writing it, is usually from a different era, unless is’s current history, only a few years old.  I mean yesterday can be considered history, so there is that.  But I’m talking about history … Continue reading

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Today is: National Chewing Gum Day

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A longish short story…about bookstores, James Joyce, authors and other things

“You can’t possibly be serious,” he said, his eyes wide.  “Opening a bookstore in the city is insane.  All the bookstores have closed.  Well, most of them anyway.  You’ll be an independent and you know what that means.  No one … Continue reading

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Featured Post: Juliet Takes a Breath – Georgiann Carlson — Brave & Reckless

Juliet takes a breath and stops listening to her own heartbeat and instead listens to the world fall apart freedom is gone America is on Her knees the world is in free fall everything is dying men hunt us they … Continue reading

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Okay, so…

No matter how many books are written, or read, we can never know what took place in the past.  When written by those who lived during a certain time, we simply get their personal point of view.  Those who do … Continue reading

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Today is: National Coffee Day…enjoy

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The conversation…

the owl said that she was looking for a snowy owl whose stage name was Hedwig she told me that he had a part in several films but that no one had heard from him in a very long time … Continue reading

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The end…is sometimes a beginning…a very short story

He had reached the end of the line.  There was no going back and he didn’t know what waited for him in the darkness.  He sat quietly, eyes closed, contemplating his life and how he had lived it.  He was … Continue reading

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