Monthly Archives: December 2013

Giving It a Rest

As part of setting up my WordPress blog, I came up with some Categories I thought would be relevant for my posts.  Among these is “Experimental.”  I meant that to apply to vignettes, sketches, little chapter-length or shorter exercises I’d … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 22

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013, all rights reserved) Chapter 22 Somewhere, the world was ending. It was ending with a clanging, a jangling, a screaming that swelled and cannonaded and multiplied into the throbbing scream that … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 21

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013, all rights reserved) Chapter 21 Towards the end of the summer before her sophomore year, Sandy closed herself in her bedroom in her parents’ house, looked in the mirror that hung … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 20

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013 & 2014, all rights reserved) Chapter 20 A chilly draft from the window roused her. Outside it had begun to snow; she could see the scattered flakes in the light of … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 19

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013 & 2014, all rights reserved) Chapter 19 Sandy swung her legs off the sofa and sighed. It was long past time for her to change her clothes and get something to … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 18

“Damn!” Sandy looked with disgust at the empty plastic container.  It was 3:00 AM one night a week or so past the middle of April and she had a project due at noon that same day. “What is it?” asked … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 17

“Sandy,” her Design professor said to her one day in March shortly after Spring Break, “I’m happy to let you know that your University Chapel presentation will be displayed in the school gallery at the next change of shows.” She … Continue reading

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