You Have My Attention – #SoCS

Welcome to the bar, where Linda G. Hill has set the stage for Stream of Consciousness Saturday. She’s given us an interesting prompt today: “Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is ‘adverb.’ Start your post with any adverb and just run with it. Have fun!” I guess my standard opening is out Unfortunately,... Continue Reading →

The Old Manse – #ThursdayDoors

In my recent business trips to Burlington, Massachusetts, I have explored the nearby towns of Lexington and Concord. Just saying “Lexington and Concord” causes most Americans to immediately think of our Revolutionary War where we fought for independence from the British. That war began within the geography of these two towns. I have been through... Continue Reading →

Brother Love 3 — A Hymn

Teagan’s story takes an interesting and mysterious turn in chapter 3. If you’ve been reading, you don’t want to miss this chapter. If you haven’t been, come on while it’s red hot!

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Saturday, May 11, 2019

Brother Love promo imageBrother Love composite by Teagan R. Geneviene

Welcome back to the crossroads everyone!   

 I should probably begin with a disclaimer.  This story is not about religion, nor is it a social commentary — that’s just part of the setting.  I also want you to understand that I approach this aspect of the story carefully.  While the story includes ways that I knew well and was involved in as a child, as an adult I acquired my own unique spirituality. 

That said, last time in A Shadow, now you learned some of the backstory for the Doug Armstrong character.  Today I wanted to tell you how his character came to be. 

You already know that Dan Antion provides photos to inspire me and illustrate this story —  and that he gives me two of the “three things” that drive each episode of this…

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