Fawn was shaking and sobbing. Where were the gods of her ancestors who were supposed to protect her? She had taken her fetish with her. Maybe she should have left it home so it would have done its job. Where was Nana’s white God? If he was so powerful, why did he let this happen? [...]
Benjamin Rubenstein looked at the map for fourth time. How far down would he have to dig? Was this even the right spot? What would he find if it was? The map was an old, wrinkled, worn piece of tan-colored leather with what appeared to be a map drawn on it. Some of the lines [...]
Nana had finally decided what to wear and was ready when the knock came at the door. She was quite surprised when she opened it. Joel was accompanied by another visitor: Angel Browning. Nana’s expression held no hint of her feelings. She graciously invited them in and offered coffee or lemonade. “Fawn will be down shortly,” she said.
The bridge was out. We were driving across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel which runs from Chesapeake, Virginia to Cape Charles, Virginia. The day started with bright sunshine and light air-brushed clouds gently gliding across a blue sky. Our car was packed with drinks for the kids and chips and crackers for snacking. We would [...]
Angel drove the Browning brougham, pulled by a pair of matching chestnut Morgan horses, to Fawn’s house. Today was Fawn’s birthday and Angel was determined to make it memorable. She carefully alighted from the conveyance, smoothed her dress and made sure her hat was still on straight. Reaching into the seat of the buggy, she [...]
I am so excited to be working with Timothy Pike again! He is starting a new class called 10000 +10. The goal is to write 10,000 words in a month and have 10 people read it (if you want them to) and get feedback. It starts tomorrow, March 1. If you would like to follow [...]