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  • Shattered

    By Jonathan Garner When her cell phone rang, Adie glanced at the clock on the mantle. The hands on the
  • Quentin Macmillan: No Substitute

    *Warning: Character Sketches Contain Spoilers* Quentin Macmillan:  No Substitute by Susan Diane Johnson Quentin Macmillan is stunned to learn his
  • How Can You Write About That?

    A friend of mine, a dear lady, recently took me aside to tell me about a horrible tragedy—a murder—that had
  • Congregation of the Dead

    “The man that wandereth out of the way of understanding shall remain in the congregation of the dead.” (Proverbs 21:16
  • You Are Still My Hero

    Father’s Day this year has now come and gone.  I spent the week before Father’s Day searching for something really
  • Poems by Chrystal Berche

    Weathered and Deep Weathered and deep are the lines in an aged face Bright blue are the eyes that peer
  • Be Kind...

    I was just visting with a client and as I watched a specific interaction between one manager and another, I
  • The Red Ladder Dash

    By Jubilee Nobleman Roger didn’t have time to stop. He raced through the halls of the compound, only catching quick
  • Interview: Cal Orey

    As the Rolling Stones' song lyrics go, "Let me please introduce myself . . ."  Enter Cal Orey, a health author-journalist, who,
  • Watch Your Subject Lines

    Over a year ago, I attended the annual American Society of Journalists and Authors Conference. I moderated a panel on
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