Boondock Ramblings

A little bit about a lot of things

Welcome to Chapter 4 of Quarantined. Let me know in the comments if you are following along and what you think should happen next. Since this is a novella there will be less chapters than the other stories I share on my blog, which will be good for some of you who don’t have time …

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Because I’ve decided to combine Quarantined (the short story I wrote in April or May or at some point during all this craziness) and Rekindle into a novella called … er… Quarantined, I’ve decided to share parts of the novella from the beginning starting every Thursday. I’m releasing it as a self-published Novella sometime in …

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In April I shared Quarantined, a short story based on current events. This week I had an idea for a second short story jumping off from the characters I mentioned in Quarantined. This is the first part. You can find links to my other fiction serials I’m sharing on the blog at the top of …

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I feel like I’m overwhelming my blog with fiction (and posts in general), but, oh well, I guess. People seem to be following along and enjoying the stories so I’ll keep going. Plus, it’s good to give readers a lot of options that aren’t related to current events. Quarantined was not a planned project. It …

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This is a short story inspired by current events. You can find Part 1 here and Part 2 here, if you want to follow along. This is a six-part story (possibly five if I combine two parts). For anyone following A New Beginning, the last three chapters will be on the blog Thursday, Friday, and …

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I posted the first part of this short story, inspired by current events, Sunday. It’s been a distraction for me to write it and maybe it will be for people to read too.  You can find more of my fiction HERE and on Kindle.   The front door crashed closed, rattling the hinges. Liam stared …

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What a week, huh? Don’t worry, I’m not going to interject politics, worries, or virus numbers from around the world in this post, so you’re safe. The only thing I will say about it all is that I have discovered a couple new things from not being able to get the groceries I usually do. …

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