Category Archives: non-fiction

Smack That Pivot

Smack That Pivot will be published in Ara’s 4th book, due March 2018. Pre-order here: https://theliterateshow.wordpress.com/2017/12/03/accepting-pre-orders-on-my-4th-book/     Advertisements

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Find The Willing

Find The Willing will be published in Ara’s 4th book, due in Martch 2018. Pre-order the book here: https://theliterateshow.wordpress.com/2017/12/03/accepting-pre-orders-on-my-4th-book/    

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She Runs

She was a new car once. She was scrutinized, negotiated, fawned over, and loved. This gray Plymouth Valiant Signet was shiny, true and new, over fifty years ago. Today she runs as a beater on Manhattan Beach’s posh streets, the plaything of an … Continue reading

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The Hook of Respective Longevity

On a short alley lot at Perkins Cove, Maine, a small hook holds a chain together. This metal forging is very old, perhaps older than seventy years. Today her job is lightweight duty; she keeps tourists off private property. This old hook is retired; … Continue reading

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The Family and the Empty Nester

This story will be published in my March 2018 book, details are here: https://theliterateshow.wordpress.com/2017/12/03/accepting-pre-orders-on-my-4th-book/    

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Hidden House

Look at this old residence. There are stories that occurred within this home’s walls, but in the viewer’s world these stories don’t exist. We tend to pass by old homes because we don’t give much thought to the human history … Continue reading

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A Genuine Moment in Time

Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe my idea isn’t as much of a grabber as I think. Here it is: What if we discovered, today, a locked-in-amber moment that took place 84-years ago? A moment that was an exchange between two people, … Continue reading

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