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“A Letter From His Father”

Jean-Pierre sat alone in the tavern and watched Marie, the barmaid, as she steadied six pitchers of ale against her stomach and chest. She squeezed them tight before filling her fingers with six mugs to deliver to war-weary soldiers who … Continue reading

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“The Land of My Fathers”

(Copyright: Björn Rudberg) My family farmed this land for generations. My great-great-grandfather cleared the first terrace and built the first wall; his son leveled the second, piled more stone. So it went, down to me. I was too good to … Continue reading

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Reverberation, The Novel

_____________________________________________________________ “I love the ethical, moral and religious themes that were brought up by the story. Very complicated and messy, like in real life.”  | Quote from Katja Baker’s review of Reverberation, The Novel, my historical-fiction book . ______________________________________________________________ Excerpt from REVERBERATION, THE … Continue reading

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