Tag Archives: relatives

Gettin’ It Down

This week The Hound asked: “Most of us (writers) will depart this earth with several unfinished manuscripts. Have you ever thought of what might become of them? Will someone in your family pick them up and FINISH them? [as the … Continue reading

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Relativity

  This week, the resident hound asked, “What forms of address do you use in your family?” I found this topic difficult to expound upon. It’s not because my family members call each other weird names, but because we don’t. … Continue reading

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What? Me, Worry?

This week we are supposed to talk about a time when we acted bravely when, in actuality, we were frightened. For me it will be easy. When have I acted bravely when I was really frightened? All the time. I … Continue reading

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Guest Fox: Ruth Hartman

By Jeff Salter I’m trying to recall exactly when and how I first encountered Ruth Hartman, but (other than chatting with her on the Astraea Press Authors group), I confess I can’t remember.  What I do know is that she … Continue reading

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