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Assumptions and Apologies Part 3

This is the third of a 5-part fan fiction short story based on the characters of author Susan K. Marlow’s Circle C Adventures and Circle C Milestones. This story details the courtship of Chad Carter and Ellianna Coulter. Enjoy! When … Continue reading

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Assumptions and Apologies Part 2

This is the second of a 5-part fan fiction short story based on the characters of author Susan K. Marlow’s Circle C Adventures and Circle C Milestones. This story details the courtship of Chad Carter and Ellianna Coulter. Enjoy! It … Continue reading

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Assumptions and Apologies Part 1

This is the first of a 5-part fan fiction short story based on the characters of author Susan K. Marlow’s Circle C Adventures and Circle C Milestones. This story is set between Mrs. Marlow’s ‘The Last Ride’ and ‘Courageous Love’ … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek at ‘The Congressman’s Daughter’

Here’s a sneak peek at the Prologue of ‘The Congressman’s Daughter’! Enjoy! Sixteen year-old Jane Grant held the dummy firmly as her father’s blows landed on target again and again.  The smack of his fists echoed in the martial arts … Continue reading

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A Random Thought On Writing and Self-reflection

Is self-reflection a good thing?  I don’t understand myself, will thinking about it help, or foster a form of selfishness and depression?  Shouldn’t I just think about the Lord and let all the rest of me fall into place?  But … Continue reading

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Upcoming Posts! The Congressman’s Daughter

I’m working on polishing up a 17000 word story that I will be posting parts of in probably the next few weeks! This story is called: The Congressman’s Daughter. Teaser: Jane Grant’s perfect life is turned upside down when her … Continue reading

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In The Coffee Shop Part 5 (Conclusion)

Although I was glad to be fired, there was a downside:  I didn’t have a job anymore.  But I still had to eat, pay property taxes, a phone bill, and an electric bill.  So, I started job hunting, but no … Continue reading

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In the Coffee Shop Part 4

The first thing I did when we got home was call my boss.  Maybe, if I let him know right away, and told him I’d be there as soon as possible, he wouldn’t fire me. Ethan helped me to the … Continue reading

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Retelling of the Frog Prince

Once upon a time, there lived a king.  He had two daughters, the elder was beautiful, sensible, and happily married to a neighboring prince.  The younger was a little conceited, and proud of her looks, for she was ten times … Continue reading

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In the Coffee Shop Part 3

I established a routine after that.  I woke up, made myself breakfast, and got ready for work.  At exactly 7:30 AM, I walked through the door of the coffee shop and sat down at the same table every day.  Ethan … Continue reading

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