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The Next Adventure Part Five

Even as he rolled past the secretary’s desk he knew he’d been unprofessional, but just then, as he banged on the down button of the elevator he didn’t particularly care. He’d never been much of one for working out before … Continue reading

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The Next Adventure Part 4

The following morning Dodd decided it was time to bite the bullet and get Scott in to discuss the issue.  Knowing that Scott was one of the rare people who preferred to still speak via the phone rather than by … Continue reading

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The Next Adventure Part 3

Dodd returned to his office and had another look at that memo from the chair.  The fact was that without clearing Scott’s funding the university would be hard pressed to attract the sort of PhD students that its mission called … Continue reading

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The Next Adventure Part 2

Scott slipped into the back of the classroom and put his flatbread chicken sandwich down on the desk.  Having been in master’s program courses with Dodd he knew that the actual students would be expected to sit at the front, … Continue reading

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The Next Adventure Pt 1

He looked out the window of his PhD advisors office and sighed. “It’s autumn, and look at those leaves.  Two years ago, I was out there in it. Walking across the North East, following creeks finding my way over the … Continue reading

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Lost in the Bells Part Seven

“Well, that was curious.” Philip Quan said looking up from his USFS issued radio. Sarah, the most Masters level student from Quan’s team glanced towards him and then returned her eye to the spotting scope she was using to watch … Continue reading

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Lost in the Bells Part Six

“8034, I’m seeing a great deal of smoke coming off the fire between you and your trailhead.” “I’m starting to see wisps of it myself.  This really doesn’t look good.  I’m going to be honest, I don’t know the current … Continue reading

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How I write Fiction

How I write fiction- Joshua House I realize that all authors of fiction write it in different ways.  Many still write long hand and then have it transcribed, or transcribe it themselves.  Others write simply on a word processor, typewriter … Continue reading

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Lost in the Bells Part Five

“So, here’s the situation from what Dodd has told me.  First of all, the cougar isn’t a major threat, it’s likely gone off searching for easier morsels.  As long as we keep our guard up and no one wanders off … Continue reading

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Lost in the Bells Part 4

“Alright 8034, I’ve got four, no five smoke plumes visible.  You got any special reason you’re asking?” “I’m on a VIP guide trip.  Where abouts are those fires?” “Three of them are to the south-west of Rice Mountain Lookout, one … Continue reading

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