Monthly Archives: September 2015

excerpt from More Adventures in Barntown

Chapter 2 – Meet Tasha One day in April Honey brought home this white ball of fur.  She was HUGE.   I see Honey bringing this thing out into the barn and asked Honey who in the heck this is and … Continue reading

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excerpt from: Book 2 – Further Adventures in Barn Town

 Laying Eggs  I was listening to Honey and the Sheriff talking the other day about the geese.   Honey said, “When do you thing those silly geese are going to start laying eggs?” Sheriff replied, “Well, I would think it would … Continue reading

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Dialogue

I try to create sympathy for my characters, then turn the monsters loose. – Stephen King  First, find out what your hero wants, then just follow him! – Ray Bradbury   My goal is to have my dialogue flow and … Continue reading

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Frogs

In July of this year our barn was home to various sizes of frogs and they were all over the place.  I was concerned for our dogs, chickens, ducks, geese and goats.  So I started searching on-line to find out … Continue reading

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excerpt from Further Adventures in Barn Town (yet to be published)

Chapter 3 – Oh What A Night I was sound asleep. I was enjoying my sleep. I had a really cool dream going on. I was dreaming about that pesky lizard that lived under the rusty bucket in the corner. … Continue reading

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Murdered you say?

 What can I tell you, son of mine? I could tell you of heartbreak, hatred blind, I could tell of crimes that shame mankind, Of brutal wrong and deeds malign, Of rape and murder, son of mine; But I’ll tell … Continue reading

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The Attack of the Redcoat

written January 3, 2015 – Adventures in Barn Town In a previous post it was mentioned that Little Girl was no longer with Barn Town. The sheriff’s wife did much research on who was responsible for this dastardly deed.  It was … Continue reading

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some grins for a little break.

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“If we could see the future, it’d blow our minds.” —Porter Anderson

“Everything you can imagine is real.” ― Pablo Picasso Having read the following article I am in a quandary of whether to embrace the new or mourn the loss of the old.  As a child I lived in my imagination.  I was … Continue reading

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V.D.W.’s

Some animals are cunning and evil-disposed, as the fox; others, as the dog, are fierce, friendly, and fawning. Some are gentle and easily tamed, as the elephant; some are susceptible of shame, and watchful, as the goose. Some are jealous … Continue reading

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