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Paul Curran has decided to try his hand at fiction, and I am proud that he is sharing his first effort with my readers. It’s a little longer than our usual offerings, but well worth the read, so get into … Continue reading
Another exciting story by everyone’s favorite guest-poster! HOLY ROLLERS By: Paul Curran I watched with dismay as Frances played “equals” in the upper right second row of the Scrabble board – with the “q” on a triple letter and the … Continue reading
MERRY CHRISTMAS, EVERYONE! THE CHRISTMAS KITTEN By: Paul Curran Christmas Eve, 11:35 pm, Thousand Oaks, California The faint but strident meowing woke me up. Lying in bed, I opened my eyes and listened: “Meooow, Meooow”. The sound was coming … Continue reading
In his guest post, Serendpity, Paul Curran referred to having saved six teens during his trucking career. My readers and I could not simply let that reference go! Here is Paul’s story: THE TEENS By: Paul Curran The Trans-Canada Highway approaching … Continue reading