Martha’s Picnic

Despite the warnings offered by her friends, Martha decided to go anyway. She scaled her way up the mountain, clutching spiky shrubs and clasping solid tree limbs along the way …

A Love Story

Too impatient for the lift, he takes the stairs, the tail of his coat nips his heals as he swings his body around each corner railing between floors. In his …

Joan And Judy: The Finale

Part Twenty The bikey left town, the tourists returned to the city; however as predicted, Joan remained on her fence. Joan never mentioned a word regarding Mr Cummings’ death. After …

Joan And Judy

Part Eleven Yes, Joan knew it was always better to keep her mouth closed, remain polite and stay on the fence during critical town discussions, especially on bake-off day. This …

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“What are you doing here at this hour of the night?” she asked. He gave away an evil grin and said, “You tell me. After…

In Love And War

“Take not from the Past its ashes but its fire” – Anon. From ‘Hemingway In Love And War’, Henry S. Villard and James Nagel.

Joan and Judy

Part Nine Joan snatched a sharp knife and a meat tenderiser from the kitchen draw. She wondered if she should take the chainsaw, just in case. She threw on her …