When we forgive: The end of NaNoWriMo 2012

I've posted the ending to The Law of Immediate Forgiveness.  My heart is full of gratitude for the chance to channel this story and share it with a few wonderful readers. I hope it will reach a wider audience later in its life. On to more work... and here's a taste of the ending. When … Continue reading When we forgive: The end of NaNoWriMo 2012

From the sublime to the ridiculous

The Law of Immediate Forgiveness is posted through November 25. Meanwhile, I thought you might like to see just how low a writer desperate for word count can sink. Here's a scene between Professor Fogarty, our antagonist, and Amy June Pilgrim, that takes place in a Chevy Yukon and ends with a - well, you'll … Continue reading From the sublime to the ridiculous

Dog in Peril: The Law of Immediate Forgiveness Continues

The Law of Immediate Forgiveness is updated through November 16's mad/bad writing. Here's an excerpt, a can't resist cliffhanger: Grandpa Marq and Amy Moon are trying to get to South Dakota through a raging snowstorm, in the old Dodge truck, and Licky the dog is in peril... “Amy MOON!” Marq Pilgrim shouted as he fought … Continue reading Dog in Peril: The Law of Immediate Forgiveness Continues

Do grown-ups think time is infinite or something?

Another excerpt from this year's NaNo story, The Law of Immediate Forgiveness. Amy June Pilgrim gets some distressing news from her mother, Lisa Marie.  “Your father called, Amy. At least, I think it was him.” Lisa Marie let out a long, slow breath. “I haven’t heard his voice in five years. But it sure sounded … Continue reading Do grown-ups think time is infinite or something?