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Monthly Archives: March 2015
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From The Protest: “Shut up!” Bolivar bellowed. Steam rose from his mouth and nostrils like a bull.
Part of what went into brainwashing my daughters was that they were taught that you can’t be a baby-killer and expect to make it to heaven. I was placed in that group because I supported a woman’s right to choose … Continue reading
Writing is another means for truth to escape, besides crawling out the hole it’s eaten in the author’s belly. Available on Amazon.
THE PROTEST is inspired by the real-life religious hijacking of my two daughters, ages 10 and 12. Get the e-book *on sale today* at Amazon.com. One reader said she laughed her ass off and cried her eyes … Continue reading
“So convince me these children are not alienating themselves. Prove they’re brainwashed,” the court-appointed GAL said. Of course, that was impossible.
“I hate Jane! If I don’t get out of here soon, I’m going to kill her or myself. Get me OUT of here!”
“Keep your eyes on Jesus, sugar plum, the battle is the Lord’s, not ours.”
The angry dawn broke ranks with the night. An icy wind drove black clouds across the Rathcreek sky…
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We all have those moments when we feel like tapping out, but when should we complain and when are we being self-centered? I would love to say I have all the answers. Just…
He was one of the good guys. An honest man, a hardworking farmer, a husband, a father. Their love story was a beautiful one. He had two daughters of his own, she had one. They met, fell in love, got…
“Hello, room service? We need a bouncer up here in Maternity.”
From Dianne Kozdrey Bunnell’s The Protest: “Hell, you’re not the only one firebombed by the blood of the lamb.” He grinned.
From THE PROTEST: …Dad, who’s already ’bout as born again as you can get, is overdosing on his evangelical drug of choice.
From The Protest: “Feminism causes women to abandon their husbands, commit crimes and perversions, and become lesbians.” — Rev. Logan Churlick, 2015
The Protest e-book was just released on Amazon.com! At a reading I did at a university in North Carolina, this Kafka quote was used to introduce my book: “If the book we are reading does not wake us, as with a fist … Continue reading
A quote from the Bible. Only a memory verse, written in Logan’s hand: “Delight thyself in the Lord and He shall give you the desires of your heart.” Psalms 37.4 Jane had memorized hundreds when she was a child…so why … Continue reading
The dancer twirled, whisked off the filmy wrap covering her shoulders and drew it under Dallas’ chin, enveloping them all in a dizzying haze of perfume. Her jeweled bodice heaved in a controlled slow motion, finger cymbals grew faster, shimmying … Continue reading
The Protest, coming soon! “…her life was like a Picasso among Norman Rockwells.”
Susie and I, the day before her surgery My sister Susie called on my cell phone while I was out in the hallway, talking to a student who was being disruptive, not bad disruptive, but I saw a need to … Continue reading