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Free Souls, Chapter 45

Sandy sat alone in the nave of St. Mary’s Kirk in Haddington, East Lothian. They had saved Scotland for last on their two-month tour, and the next day they’d take the train down to London to catch their flight home. … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 44

“Mom, what town was that?” asked Sandy as the train pulled out of a station in southern Germany. “I think the sign said Esslingen,” said Mrs. Beichten. “Oh,” she said, consulting the map. “Then we’re nearly to Stuttgart.” “Yes, pretty … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 43

Sandy marked those two months as the true beginning of her adulthood. Her mother, she came to realize, wasn’t just the woman who had given her birth and raised her. She was also a fellow female human being, with strong … Continue reading

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Treading Water

Wow.  It’s taking me awhile to extrude the next chapter of my novel Free Souls.  It’s not that I don’t know where it needs to go or how to get there, it’s the research I’m having to do to get my … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 42

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013 & 2014, all rights reserved)   Chapter 42 “Mom, you can’t!” Sandy’s hand, the piece of bread still in it, hung as if frozen over the bank of the river. In … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 41

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013 & 2014, all rights reserved) Chapter 41 “Are you ladies ready to order?” The waiter at La Maison Verte, whom Sandy took to be a student, hovered superciliously over the table, … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 40

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013 & 2014, all rights reserved) Chapter 40 One summer when Sandy was a very small child, she met another little girl, even smaller than she, at the local swimming pool.  Until … Continue reading

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