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Enchanted Cottage (continued)

“Yes,” Anna’s eyes widened when she looked at the short stubby man standing in the doorway looking her way. Who was that? “Patrick has been delayed, but my pony cart is outside. Can give you a ride to your uncles.” He … Continue reading

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Enchanted Cottage

Anna gazed out the window and listened to the whir of the wheels while the bus speed down the highway. She tucked the mauve afghan around her legs when she stretched across the empty seat beside her. Her brown eyes … Continue reading

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Dear Sixteen

How are you doing? Have you accomplished all the things you set out to do? You were so innocent and naive. Have you learned to identify the difference between your dreams and the reality out in the world you were … Continue reading

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Future Book Voices of Yesterday

I am currently editing and doing art work for my upcoming book titled Voices of Yesterday. There are two separate stories. Instead of writing two books I have written it as Part One and Part Two. Part one deals with … Continue reading

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Watch “RWISA” Write Showcase Tour/Stephanie Collins

Guilt, Shame and Fear by Stephanie Collins “I can’t stand the feeling of being out of control, so I’ve never had any interest in trying drugs or alcohol,” I mused. “You sure seemed to have an interest when you were … Continue reading

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Watch “RWISA” Write Showcase Tour/Gwendolyn M Plano

  Love at First Sight by Gwendolyn M Plano “It doesn’t seem real. It just doesn’t seem real.” Mom muttered as she ran her hand over the curves of dad’s headstone. Sighing deeply, she stared blankly into the horizon. After … Continue reading

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