Monthly Archives: April 2015

Riding the MBTA subways . . . all of them!

The Orange Line gets more upscale advertising than the Red Line’s Mattapan extension. The riders on the B branch of the Green Line are on average much younger than on the other lines. A free doughnut may not taste better, … Continue reading

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Chapter 12 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch

Miranda Milan is an eccentric fortune-telling witch. She’s also Jane Harris’s only ally in trying to find out who’s trying to kill her. When you’re fourteen, having an ally in such a matter, even one as temperamental as Miranda, is … Continue reading

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New art work for Summer of the Netherfield Witch, and chapter 11

A horrible supernatural entity is torturing an old woman and threatening Jane Harris, so who should try to rescue her? Why Miranda Milan, of course! Oh, wait, she already tried that at the end of the last chapter. It didn’t … Continue reading

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Mysteries and mistakes: chapter 10 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch

Summer is here, and Jane’s life is getting complicated. She’s just been poisoned by Genevieve, whatever Genevieve is, and saved by Nature and Miranda Milan, but how much of that does she remember? Then Jane’s friend Cindy does something completely … Continue reading

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Chapter 9 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch

Netherfield’s a small town. Practically everybody knows everybody. They all know each other’s habits and quirks. There are the town eccentrics. (We’re looking at you, Miranda Milan!) And the people of the town all manage to keep a few secrets … Continue reading

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Stop the War on an American Tradition!

THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE IS UNDER ATTACK! Oh, it started innocently enough. First there was the war on slavery. Then there was the war on drugs. Then there was the war on Santa, even questioning his racial status. And … Continue reading

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