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THAT walking stick will be in an art show

Some of you remember the dragon-head walking stick that played such a significant role in The Dragon Lady of Stockbridge: A Tale of Magic in the Gilded Age. Well, the original art for one version of the walking stick is going … Continue reading

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Art show/art sale: Rebecca’s walking stick drawings

As readers of The Dragon Lady of Stockbridge know, Rebecca Farnsworth Maxwell got her nickname from the fearsome walking stick she carried. Now all three of the original drawings of that walking stick are going on sale. E. J. Barnes, the artist, … Continue reading

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Beyond fan fiction, a personal account

As I mentioned in my post a week ago, my story telling was inspired by the example of my father reading to us kids and telling us his stories. However, inspiration is not enough. One has to take the initiative, … Continue reading

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Lucky(?) chapter 13 of Dragon Lady is here, and my Scottish misadventure

After two weeks of suspense, “Different truths,” chapter 13 of The Dragon Lady of Stockbridge finally reveals what happened when the parson put a gun to Rebecca’s head. It’s a long chapter, by the way, about twice as long as usual, … Continue reading

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Chapter 12 of Dragon Lady and another look at the walking stick

This week’s installment of The Dragon Lady of Stockbridge, chapter 12, “Abigail’s frustrations,” is now up. As if someone pointing a gun at your head isn’t bad enough, things are looking bleaker still for Rebecca and Abigail! And yes, despite the American … Continue reading

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Part II of Dragon Lady, and THAT walking stick

Part 2 of The Dragon Lady of Stockbridge opens with Chapter 11, “Civic leaders welcome Rebecca home.” And so they do. But what sort of welcome do you give a witch who’s the sister of the one of the most admired … Continue reading

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