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As Drawn by Dawn
Penny tells me that the first sound I made after my “trauma” was an out-loud laugh. It figures it was Danny who made me do it.
My short story, Recovering Beth: Previously published June 30, 2020 Writers Unite! Anthology Dimensions of Science Fiction. I retain all publishing rights. The original novellette, S23HF50 is available at Amazon.
Even before lockdowns, even before the Pandemic, I was a big advocate of home delivery services. I wouldn’t say I’m a true recluse, but I do tend to disappear from public view on a very regular basis. I wasn’t at all taken aback by the idea of getting online to order food and other necessities.
Moose Encounters of the Stupid Kind
No one has ever accused me of being a social creature. That it could even be suggested would cause those who know me to double over in fits of laughter.
Cracking the Case
Millicent MacMurphy had seen it all. She stood with her hands on her hips, staring at her friends indignantly. “Why would you do such a thing?” she demanded.
Previously in Part 9: Slip-Sliding and Switchbacks Part 10 Hello, hello, my Diary Dear, I overslept. In my defense, the wind was really howling last night, and the van was rocking. I was afraid we’d blow right off the scenic overlook.
Slip-Sliding and Switchbacks
Previously in Part 8: Ready Part 9: Good morning, Dear Diary, Well, I should have decided to drive through the night. Just look at this!
In Living Black & White
Pamela was 9 years, 2 months and 12 days old when the Apollo 11 launched from Cape Kennedy. “I’m writing it down in my diary,” she announced, scribbling in the battered little book. “When I’m old, it will be history!”