Monthly Archives: February 2013

Apricot Summer

By Catherine Hedge Yesterday, we served my grandson apricot jam on his dinner roll.  He held it appreciatively in both hands and sighed, “I like apricot jam the most bestest.” I know how he feels.  When I spoon out the … Continue reading

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Even The Greats Wrote Some Trash: by Leonard Bishop

When I was young, I believed that if you had real writing talent, the words just poured out of your pen like honey.  No need to stop or ponder, unless it was to find an even more beautiful phrase.  A … Continue reading

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Even The Greats Wrote Some Trash

Even The Greats Wrote Some Trash.

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Crossing Deep River: Finishing a Novel

By Catherine Hedge One of the most wonderful things about starting a novel is that eventually you get to the place where you are finishing it!  I am just pages away from finishing my third manuscript, Crossing Deep River.  It … Continue reading

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(repost) by Raji Singh It’s been four months since I started this blog site.  The response to my whimsical, once-a-week short stories has been wonderful.  Thanks so much for letting me entertain you. It’s fun to imagine and create a … Continue reading

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