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No Good Deed 97

Moffat hopes to be a record breaker, dedication's what you need... Source image by David on Flicker... image changed and used in acc with CC BY 2.0 https://www.flickr.com/photos/bootbearwdc/12621510

No Good Deed 96

It's hard work getting to the end... then it'll be rewrites, then... probably not published by Unbound, have to get them to say they don't want the sequel though... (Shouldn't be hard) Image: PD-US - no copyright notice source wikipedia commons.

Those Memories Made on Teardrop Lake – (60) Molly’s Secret Santa (Part 03)

After Molly Webb was dumped by her on/off boyfriend she took solace in the arms of her rich cousin Pauline Barker who was a renowned philanderer who had a big house in the village of Shallowfield, a mile or so from Teardrop Lake and they lived together for three years before even Pauline grew tired of her lovers roving eye and wandering hands.

Doldrums… Diversion… Delight… Destiny

Jake is bored. Never before has he been this bored, so bored in fact that he is sure that nobody has ever been this bored, nor anywhere close to it,...

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Two existing poems that became one, hopefully for the better. (That's my photo btw )

Those Memories Made on Teardrop Lake – (60) Molly’s Secret Santa (Part 02)

On the journey down from Abbottsford, Molly was in reflective mood as she mulled over in her mind the various scenarios that might lead to her getting what she wanted from her kissing cousin without Patrick finding out, and those reflections made her tingle as she saw the sign for Shallowfield.
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Those Memories Made on Teardrop Lake – (60) Molly’s Secret Santa (Part 01)

In 1986, sisters Kay and Molly Webb’s parents were still living at Lakeside Villa on the southern side of the idyllic Teardrop Lake, although the girls spent most of their time in Abbottsford because both girls were nurses at the Winston Churchill Hospital. Molly was the older of the two by three years and twenty year old Kay was still only a student.