Forgiveness on one side, bitterness on the other: NaNo pushes on

I've posted the chapters from The Law of Immediate Forgiveness through November 22. Getting caught up on word production now, and hope to post more soon. Meanwhile, here's another teaser: a vision of the alternative futures of the world, as seen by the young boy who is also a shaman: Bow. Bow was with his … Continue reading Forgiveness on one side, bitterness on the other: NaNo pushes on

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?

Amy June’s long night begins…

Here's a teaser from the end of November 2's NaNo-ing. Amy June Pilgrim, age eleven and a half, has decided she is too old to play the weekly hide and seek games that have become a habit with her Grandpa Marq. She looks for him to tell him her decision, but can't find him anywhere. … Continue reading Amy June’s long night begins…