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Hit the Road? (Jane Doe Flash Fiction)

(This week’s Carrot Ranch writing prompt:  In 99 words (no more, no less) write about something or someone that is transient.

Why is she still here? 102 more words

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Jane Doe Flash Fiction: Six Sentence Stories

So, it’s been a while since I’ve done anything with the Insomnia installment story I was writing using the weekly Six Sentence Stories cue at… 535 more words

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Sexual Assault: The Roadshow in Hamilton

A travelling gallery focused on creating space for survivors of sexual violence to create art will be arriving in Hamilton on August 5th.

SACHA – Hamilton’s Sexual Assault Centre – will be hosting Sexual Assault: The Roadshow for the month of August. 191 more words


NAMI Calls for Independent Investigation of Shocking Treatment of Jailed Rape Victim with Bipolar Disorder

ARLINGTON, Va., July 22, 2016 — The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and NAMI Greater Houston have issued a letter to The Honorable Devon Anderson, Harris County District Attorney in Texas, calling for an immediate and thorough independent investigation of the egregious treatment of “Jane Doe,” a woman diagnosed with bipolar disorder who was the victim of an aggravated rape. 664 more words


Desert Surprise

Carrot Ranch July 20 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write about a surprise from a desert.

Jane struggles, breathing the damp. She’s been here three years but it’s still not home. 147 more words

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Someone's Daughter: In Search of Justice for Jane Doe by Silvia Pettem (2 Stars)

In 1954, the body of a murdered young woman was discovered by two hikers in Boulder, Colorado. More than 40 years later, the author participates in the local cemetery’s Meet the Spirits fundraising event and becomes determined to find out Jane’s true identity.   261 more words

Slow Burn (Jane Doe Flash Fiction)

Carrot Ranch July 13 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write about anger.

Jane hovers over the “submit” button as she checks what she’s written. 99 more words

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