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The Reluctant Traveler’s Thought for the New Year

The only thought I have is this: I shall imagine life is not worth dying, if (and when) roses complain their beauties are in vain but though mankind persuades itself that every weed’s a rose, roses (you feel certain) will … Continue reading

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The News From 2Dits Farm: Love Affair

There’s a thing going on here at 2Dits. People talk, cars slow down to look, and I think some of the neighborhood kids have been told not to come up the driveway. You know how things are in a small … Continue reading

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Story Excerpt Sunday: from Kokopelli and the Virgin by Pati Nagle

Kokopelli and the Virgin

Kokopelli and the Virgin by Pati Nagle “Oh, better not move now, better not take your hand away or the world will fall!” Rosa turned to see who had spoken, heart pounding with sudden fear. She hadn’t heard anyone approaching, … Continue reading

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New ebook release: A SPRIG OF BLOSSOMED THORN by Patrice Greenwood

Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries #2 Notorious for failed relationships. Ellen Rosings knows that’s true of cops. Detective Tony Aragon has even said it about himself, or something like it. Despite her misgivings, she is drawn to him, but can he reach … Continue reading

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