Boondock Ramblings

A little bit about a lot of things

These days it’s nice to have something light to read and while Wooing Cadie McCaffery by Bethany Turner had some serious topics, it dealt with them in a lighter way than most books might have. The book is definitely Christian, yes, but it isn’t a preachy Christian fiction book. It’s very real, authentic and points …

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In case you missed it, I posted Chapter 18 yesterday because we all need a distraction from the news of the world today, or just other stresses in our lives. Or at least I do because this week has been stressful for me. The one highlight of the week is that I have finished the …

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This is part of a continuing story, which you can catch up on here or at the link at the top of the page, under A New Beginning. Want to read the first part of Blanche’s story? Find A Story to Tell on Kindle and/or Kindle Unlimited. I had some “complaints” (notice the teasing quotes) …

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Welcome to Fiction Friday, where I share a fiction story I’m working on or a novel in progress. If you share serial fictions on your blog as well please feel free to share a link to your latest installment, or the first part, in the comment section. This week I pushed through some of the …

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If you want to catch the beginning of Blanche’s story, you can read it on Kindle and Kindle Unlimted.  However, you don’t have to read the first part to be able to enjoy A New Beginning. If you want to read A New Beginning’s chapters that have been posted so far, you can find themhere …

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If you want to catch the beginning of Blanche’s story, you can read it on Kindle and Kindle Unlimted.  However, you don’t have to read the first part to be able to enjoy A New Beginning. As always, this is the first draft of a story. There will be typos and in the future, there …

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Last week I published my first novel on Amazon Kindle. I self-published, something often looked down upon by authors, writers in general and the culturally elite. But I did it anyhow because I figure life is too short to sit around and talking about writing a book, or how to write a book, or talk …

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This week’s Fiction Friday has a trigger warning for anyone who might be bothered by scenes of domestic violence. I think, however, this will satisfy the thirst for Hank’s blood that some of my followers have had throughout this story. (You know who you are.) This week also brings us closer to the end of …

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Need to catch up on Blanche’s story? Find the link to the previous chapters Here, or at the link at the top of the page. Following Blanche’s story? Let me know in the comments.   “He wanted to explain how people were never quite what you thought they were.”  ― William Golding, Lord of the Flies At …

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