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Eilea and the kids had left at ten forty-two.  Paul anxiously inspected his watch; they’d been gone twenty minutes exactly.  Harold’s pulse continued steady, but Paul was beginning to worry; Harold should have started to come around by now.  They’d better get here soon! He kept watching the bushes and surrounding area, just in case […]

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Bashful and Bonkers #AtoZChallenge #AMWRITING

“You’re wrong, just dead wrong!” “You are.  Look, Maxine is never bashful, she’s totally bonkers!” “That’s what makes her unique wonderful delightful!” “Oh come on, tell me what’s so special about Maxine?” “She speaks her mind, she tells it like it is, she’s unafraid and says what most are too bashful to say, even though […]

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Critical Error

Critical Error 53

“Yes, it’s me.” Listening to the scrape of the deadbolt against metal, the door was barely opened when he pushed inside.  “Are the kids back yet?” “No.” “Come with me.  We’re going to round them up and get them back here.” “Why, what’s going on?” “The officer assigned to this case has disappeared.  We put […]

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https://afullcupoftea.wordpress.com/2017/04/01/atozchallenge-napowrimo-glopowrimo-amber/

A is for? appointment Damn it! she stomped, angry with herself.  She was never late!  She never missed an appointment!  She was never late!!! Yet for the first time in as long as she could remember, she was, late, not just late but very late.  On this the most important day of her life – […]

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Had to share, these are spectacular

Originally posted on theblackwallblog: March stomped out leaving behind ?12 fresh inches of extra heavy packed white snowflakes. While, April Fools Day welcomed me with a case of insomnia and lots of shoveling! One must love Mother Nature’s sense of humor, particularly if you live in New England. Tomorrow’s weather looks like 50s and sunny,… via […]

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Critical Error 50

The food was delicious.  The fish and shellfish were succulent tasty, cooked with care to perfection.  Because it was a slow night, the cook came out to join them to inquire about the grub. “It’s delicious,” they cried. “Good, it’s supposed to be.” He bantered for a bit suggesting sites to entertain, indicating little shops […]

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Eloquence In A Question #2

April 1, 2017thesarahdoughty Random Thoughts Tags: amwriting, books, fiction, journal, life, poetry, prose, reading, Sarah Doughty, writing This is the second of, hopefully, a series of insightful question/discussion posts. See the first here. Here’s how it works: Have a look at the question, read my answer, and then do one or both of the following: […]

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https://thesarahdoughty.wordpress.com/2017/03/19/eloquence-in-a-question-1/

This will be the first of, hopefully, a series of insightful question/discussion posts. Here’s how it works: Have a look at the question, read my answer, and then do one or both of the following: tell me your response to the same question, respond to my answer with thoughts of your own. Question: How does […]

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