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A Pirate’s Tale, Parts 6 and 7

Copyright © April 2017 by Theo Fenraven Note: Times were different then, and kids grew up fast. Our modern laws do not apply to this story. ___________ Six They stayed long enough to take on fresh water and additional meat, then … Continue reading

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A Pirate’s Tale, Parts 4 and 5

Copyright © April 2017 by Theo Fenraven Note: Times were different then, and kids grew up fast. Our modern laws do not apply to this story. __________ Four Captain Cager set a new course the next day, informing the crew he … Continue reading

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A Pirate’s Tale, Parts 2 and 3

Copyright © April 2017 by Theo Fenraven Note: Times were different then, and kids grew up fast. Our modern laws do not apply to this story. __________ Two “Shut the door, lad. You’re letting in a draft.” He did so and awaited … Continue reading

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A Pirate’s Tale

I’ve long wanted to write a story about pirates, and I finally sat down and whipped off 5200 words in two days. That’s pretty good speed for me. I tend to write slowly, but it must have been percolating, because … Continue reading

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Creating Art: It’s Damn Hard

I love taking photos. Every time I go out with the camera, it’s in the hope of capturing something new, something better, and when I get it–when there’s one special picture in a slew of garbage–it’s a thrill. It still … Continue reading

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