Monthly Archives: May 2015

Confounded by Constrictor

I was busy writing when my long-suffering wife, Lisa, called to me from the front porch. “Lily’s found a really big snake!” Lily is our rescue dog, one year old, part terrier and part pit, and she is smart. Anyway, … Continue reading

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Silly Lily

I am working on the final revision of Thomas O’Shea novel #3 in the series. It’s called, The Face on the Other Side. I try to write mornings and attend to other things in the afternoons. Things like yard work, … Continue reading

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Black Beauty

Yesterday I was watering the garden. This is something my long-suffering wife usually does since she’s the one with the green thumb that leads to a bumper crop of fresh vegetables. But she wasn’t available and had asked me to … Continue reading

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