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Learning From the Ants

by Kathryn Smith

Beneath my patio, a silent upheaval. Silent to me, though the ants hear it in their own way, a vibration humming their legs, a pheromone alert in their antennae. 897 more words

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Her First Job

She was excited to secure her first position. The academy must have given her excellent references although during her interview in London the panel of three had seemed solely concerned about her complexion. 715 more words

William Stafford

Work is progressing on my work in progress

Having recently submitted the sequel to VULTURES’ MOON, my current project is the sixth book in the Brough & Miller series of crime spoofs. Today, after a valiant effort, I reached the end of the first draft. 139 more words

William Stafford

Back in the Saddle

Last year when I wrote VULTURES’ MOON, I didn’t anticipate it turning into a series. (But then, I said that about what turned out to be the first Brough and Miller investigation, … 299 more words

William Stafford

New book coming soon...

My next book has been twenty years in the making and was born of my lifelong obsession with Tarzan and the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs… 704 more words

William Stafford

Not Alone

Well, a good bit has happened since my last blogpost. As some of you know, I received a number of hits for this particular post and its link on Facebook. 705 more words

Honoring Your Writing And Your Being A Writer

FlatMan

Reid Reilly had locked himself out. He checked there was no one else in the hall, no one else to see. He morphed his fingers into the dimensions of a credit card and jemmied the lock. 431 more words

William Stafford