Category: Political Fiction

Bedtime Story: The Night Train — Night 1

Some of the best words in the English language are “Once Upon A Time.” My dad told me a bedtime story every night of my childhood, and I’ve grown up to be a storyteller, too. So get

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Bedtime Story: The Night Train — Night 2

Based upon reader input, I’ve decided to post these every Mon-Wed-Fri until the story is completed. There are 37 installments. And I’m going to post this coming Friday, July 4. Enjoy ̵

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Bedtime Story: The Night Train — Night 3

The Night Train Copyright 2014 by Barbara Hinske Night 3 Rachel carefully cradled the unconscious man on her lap, leaning over him to tug the compartment door open. Drawing as much breath as she could

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Bedtime Story: The Night Train — Night 4

The Night Train Copyright 2014 by Barbara Hinske Night 4 ‘Surely this can’t be right,’ Rachel thought as she sank against the wall. ‘There has to be someone else here,’ and she knew that the

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I’ve been Tagged in a Blog Hop!!

Rita Ackerman, a writer and historical research specialist that I met when I was speaking at the Arizona Author Showcase at the Desert Foothills Library, tagged me in a Blog Hop. Fun idea – writers

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