Monthly Archives: February 2016

Across the Great Divide – Chapter Twenty-Six

SHE WAS CURIOUS, wanted to go where Olu had gone in such secrecy; a place where her ghost might roam yet or her scent linger still. She had to do it, walk all the way to the edge of the … Continue reading

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Across the Great Divide – Chapter Twenty-Five

    ALL NELL COULD THINK about was the night Olu had left, how little she’d done to stop her. She should have gone to search but she’d stayed at the ball, standing there on the fringes, sipping punch made … Continue reading

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Across the Great Divide – Chapter Twenty-Four

AND IN THE COMING days she moped about the house and grounds like a wounded dog. She carried her books, she carried her old dolls, she carried her sowing and her memories.  The tunes she played on the harpsichord were … Continue reading

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