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Novel Monday: Transplant of War – Chapter 8

Description: Adane barely escaped war in his homeland. He wanted nothing more than to hide in this new city with his adopted child Chisa by his side. But every choice he makes risks their quiet lives and every day brings … Continue reading

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Free Fiction Friday: The Return

Every Friday I post a short story here in its entirety. It stays up for one week and then I post something new. When I do, the old one is taken down. So please enjoy the story of the week … Continue reading

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Novel Monday: Transplant of War – Chapter 7

Description: Adane barely escaped war in his homeland. He wanted nothing more than to hide in this new city with his adopted child Chisa by his side. But every choice he makes risks their quiet lives and every day brings … Continue reading

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Novel Monday: Transplant of War – Chapter 6

Description: Adane barely escaped war in his homeland. He wanted nothing more than to hide in this new city with his adopted child Chisa by his side. But every choice he makes risks their quiet lives and every day brings … Continue reading

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Free Fiction Friday: Orange Thief

Description: A shriek from the back yard usually was bad news. Not this time. Instead of her neighbors stealing oranges, Garnet found a beautiful girl stuck in the highest branches of her tree. Getting her down set off a chain … Continue reading

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Novel Monday: Transplant of War – Chapter 5

Description: Adane barely escaped war in his homeland. He wanted nothing more than to hide in this new city with his adopted child Chisa by his side. But every choice he makes risks their quiet lives and every day brings … Continue reading

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Novel Monday: Transplant of War – Chapter 4

Description: Adane barely escaped war in his homeland. He wanted nothing more than to hide in this new city with his adopted child Chisa by his side. But every choice he makes risks their quiet lives and every day brings … Continue reading

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Novel Monday: Transplant of War – Chapter 3

Description: Adane barely escaped war in his homeland. He wanted nothing more than to hide in this new city with his adopted child Chisa by his side. But every choice he makes risks their quiet lives and every day brings … Continue reading

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Novel Monday: Transplant of War – Chapter 2

Description: Adane barely escaped war in his homeland. He wanted nothing more than to hide in this new city with his adopted child Chisa by his side. But every choice he makes risks their quiet lives and every day brings … Continue reading

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Free Fiction Friday: Stars Drifting Ever Upwards

Description: Gisela paused, one foot planted on a fallen log, the other buried in a mound of long brown pine needles. Beaten, cast out with her sisters, Gisela burned with fury that Harbart had turned on her this way. She’d … Continue reading

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