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[686] A Dangerous Mourning - Anne Perry

” And you are at a disadvantage that you can never observe them except under the most artificial of circumstances. How can you possibly ask them the questions you really wish, when they are so forewarned by your mere presence that all their answers are guarded and designed to protect? 543 more words


The deliverance that Wasn't

There I was, kneeling at the alter. No, I didn’t slip, I was there, in that position, because the woman preacher asked that all who wanted to be delivered from spirit forces come forward and assume the position. 305 more words

Night driving

When Noland and I were dating, we made a lot of late night trips to and from Memphis and Little Rock from the tiny town in Arkansas where we lived, because those two cities were the closest places where there were actual “things to do.” That was a few years ago, and still those late night drives together are some of my favorite moments in our story. 459 more words

The Wandering

Presence & Reality #mondayblogs #atheist

I’m no longer concerned with an Afterlife that does not exist.

No one has been able to show evidence that there is something else after this life. 260 more words

Notes From The Frogpond

All Due Respect Issue 4

Check out the new issue of the crime fiction magazine, All Due Respect, which features a nonfiction piece by yours truly. My article is a review of Joe R. 75 more words


REVIEW: Malled to Death by Laura DiSilverio

This is book 3 in the series and I enjoyed it quite a bit. EJ is a likable character and her family is a total hoot! 317 more words


A Tale of Two Sisters

"Do know what's really scary? You want to forget something. Totally wipe it off your mind. But
you never can. It can't go away, you see. 72 more words