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Federal Way, Washington, 1990s — Heather Robinson hummed to herself while she flipped the pancakes on the griddle. A pair of arms snaked around her waist a few seconds later and she tilted her head up, sea-green eyes meeting her husband’s amber ones.
Continue reading “Family Fluff”
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 2021 — Eight-year-old Natalie Robinson cautiously approached the other side of the room, even though her older sister wasn’t there.
Continue reading “Little Duckling”
33,313 words, guys. While I’m behind, of this moment, this rewrite of Preserving The Past is now the longest story I’ve ever written.
Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2018 – Update #4”
25,257 words! It’s the midpoint, guys! I’m halfway there!
Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2018: Update #3”
Making slow, but steady progress: 20,052 words and one character death so far.
Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2018: Update #2”
Seattle, Washington, March 2011 — Nine-year-old Maddie watched the rain dripping down the car window, chin in hand and amber-colored eyes focused on two drops that seemed to be racing each other.
Continue reading “Happy Birthday, Maddie”
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 2017 — Bright blue eyes peered around the hall corner, scanning the living room and finally landed on the bookshelf.
Right next to it was the recliner, where Daddy was sleeping.
Continue reading “Storytime”
July 4, 1980 – Maureen Robinson looked over at the clock on the hospital room wall, slate-gray eyes anxious. Her shoulders sagged and she let out a heavy sigh.
Continue reading “Fireworks”