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pp 159, 160 of Fair Copy, The Official Version by Gene Stewart, excerpt:

…She’d tumbled to confusion.  Tracing welts and scars back to bright edges and shiny slices of fear made her clench.  She skittered awn from such memories the way like repelled like in magnets. “I never wanted anything enough to go … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a novel in progress

They sat outside on a terrace at a café table covered by white linen drinking Valpolicella as a sunny day waned. A light breeze meandered southwest along the river valley, giving their shade, provided by a trio of linden trees, … Continue reading

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