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Part Four of ‘The Congressman’s Daughter’. Grand Finale!

Chapter Ten Jane caught at the banister and hung on until the dizziness passed.  Ever since they’d come home from Congressman Kelly’s dinner party, she hadn’t been feeling well.  Dazedly, she thought that something wasn’t right.  When she’d gotten out … Continue reading

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Part Three of ‘The Congressman’s Daughter’

Chapter Seven Jane stopped by the kitchen for a snack on the way to her room.  As she entered the room quietly, she noticed Agent Rook,  sitting alone at the small table.  She held her cell phone loosely in one … Continue reading

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Part Two of ‘The Congressman’s Daughter’

Chapter Four Christmas was strange in the new house, with a few agents watching the proceedings.  But after the new year, Jane looked forward to a promised visit from Cassidy. “Jane!”  Cassidy slammed into Jane and wrapped her arms around … Continue reading

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An Overdue Promise Fulfilled: Part One of ‘The Congressman’s Daughter’

I promised to post this story a long time ago, and I’m just now fulfilling that pledge. I’m sorry it took me so long, hope you enjoy it. Prologue Sixteen year-old Jane Grant held the dummy firmly as her father’s … Continue reading

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The Letters of Sarah Norman: The Third Letter

Dearest, I’m sorry I haven’t written sooner, I’ve been trying to find a way to hide Fredrick from Mrs. Sheepshanks and her cat. There is a tiny knot-hole in the side of my writing desk, and I’ve been endeavoring to … Continue reading

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The Letters of Sarah Norman: The Second Letter

Dearest, I was very sorry to miss a day writing to you, but truthfully, I was too busy.  Everything has been in uproar these last two days.  Mrs. Sheepshanks discovered my friend Fredrick, the mouse, and I only barely averted … Continue reading

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The Letters of Sarah Norman: The First Chronicled Letter

Darling, I miss you dreadfully.  This room is cold and still.  My only friend, a small mouse, is nibbling a few crumbs I put out for him.  Mrs. Sheepshanks is downstairs, moping sullenly.  She fought with the maid again last … Continue reading

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Introducing: The Letters of Sarah Norman

A collection of letters written to her fiancé in the west, the letters of Sarah Norman chronicle the somewhat dreary life of a young woman, and her friend, Fredrick, a mouse. I wrote the first letter as a sort of … Continue reading

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Proper Andi Part 4 (Conclusion)

This is the fourth of a four-part fan fiction story based on the characters of author Susan K. Marlow’s Circle C Adventures. This story also won first place in the 14-17 age category of Mrs. Marlow’s annual short story contest. … Continue reading

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Proper Andi Part 3

This is the third of a four-part fan fiction story based on the characters of author Susan K. Marlow’s Circle C Adventures. This story also won first place in the 14-17 age category of Mrs. Marlow’s annual short story contest. … Continue reading

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