Author Archives: Theo Fenraven
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Nook Press – Barnes & Noble’s self-publishing platform – launched a selection of author services last October including editing, cover design, and (limited) print-on-demand. Immediate speculation surrounded who exactly was providing these services, with many…
“They exist!” he screamed. “I’ve seen them. They live in the clearing near Breck’s Pond.” “Calm down, Dennis.” I made a note in his file: schizophrenic. He’d been brought in two days ago, raving about a “family of snow people.” … Continue reading
Before we get to the photos, I wanted to touch briefly on something that occurred to me a few days ago: age, and its impact on relationships. As you know, I’m getting on in years, yet online, age is not … Continue reading
The incoming group looked much the same as the others had when they first arrived. Too nervous, too talkative, too damn clean. They piled out of the rusty van, faces split in huge grins, expecting trail rides, campfire songs, and meals cooked over open … Continue reading
Photos today! We start with a common mourning dove. It was sitting in the tree at R’s lake house, watching the setting sun.