From the monthly archives: April 2012

Hello All, Today I’m posting Chapter 11 of High Pocket. In this chapter, Jake makes a decision that changes everything for him, for Mary, and for Sandy. Cheers, fz Chapter 11 By the time we got back to the picnic area, everybody was friendly as could be, and I made the introductions. Ben told me how […]

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As parents, you want your kids to be happy. You do. And you want your kids to be successful. You just do. And fulfilled. And loved. And to reach their potential…or yours…uh-oh… As children, they want to be themselves. Whatever that is. And especially when they’re not sure what that is. It’s a puzzlement. For […]

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You can hear the growling from miles away…a large animal is approaching rapidly, filling the air, filling your own lungs with fear. It grows louder and louder, and then you realize. It’s engines, not animals. At least not those kind of animals…and not that kind of jungle. Their metal skin is so seamlessly congealed on […]

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What Is Success?

April 9, 2012 by

I’m sitting here at my desk on Easter morning, after a Seder dinner we hosted Saturday night (we’ve got both major world religions covered). I’m tired and it’s Spring Break as well. I was just going to take the blog day off. But no. I wanted at least to pass onto you my favorite quotation […]

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Hello All, Today I’m posting Chapter 10 of High Pocket. In this chapter, Jake learns about his father’s involvement in the cave-in that nearly killed Sandy. It’s a disturbing and confusing disclosure of possible complicity. Cheers, fz Chapter 10 I thought it was near to impossible that Sandy’s story could be true. Sure, the nugget was […]

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