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I have 614 stories published in 8 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 441062 times and 380 of my stories have been cherry picked.
84 of my 3,150 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 95 votes

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Richard McDonough

A dinosaur defying extiction.

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Father Mulrooney Takes a Ride - A Craven Danger Mystery

“Where to, Father?” “Just drive around, Sidney. I need to clear my head. I have nowhere to go, and I don’t want to go alone.” Sidney Green pulled his...
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Dwayne Dishes on Craven Danger's Dander

When Betty Feltcher walked through the door of the Coffee Pot on the Corner, nine squeaky stools turned counter-clockwise. “Good morning, Miss...
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Father Mulrooney Makes a House Call - A Craven Danger Mystery

Lord, get me through the next thirty minutes and I’ll never again rage like a lunatic when I find Sister Helen in my whiskey cabinet. Also, let me...
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How We Manage

After breakfast, and after the dishes have been cleared, I wish my wife a good day at the office. I give her a hug and a kiss and tell her how much I...
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The Coffee Pot on the Corner - A Craven Danger Mystery

Steve Papadopoulos is the proprietor of the Coffee Pot on the Corner. With ten mostly stable stools at the counter and five like tables along the...

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84 of my comments have received 95 Great Feedback votes

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Damn fine poem, Rachel. Well

Posted on Tue, 25 Aug 2020

Damn fine poem, Rachel. Well deserved.

Rich

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Posted in Salamander

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I was a bit bewlildered as to

Posted on Fri, 21 Aug 2020

I was a bit bewlildered as to what made insert laugh. It wasn't until I - dare I say it? - googled Bibi Andersson that I realized what an ignorant cow I can be sometimes. lol. Now you've got me jonsing for an Ingmar Bergman film. And, Sean, it...

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Posted in Bibi Andersson

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Even though I'm not familiar

Posted on Sat, 22 Aug 2020

Even though I'm not familiar with any of the names you've mentioned, I found that if I filled it in with names I am familiar with, it all made perfect sense. 

I remember a show called Queen for a Day. It was hosted by Jack Bailey. As a...

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Posted in Good News

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I love when I can read a

Posted on Sun, 23 Aug 2020

I love when I can read a piece and say, I know these people. You've captured it all so well. Much enjoyed, Gothicman.

Rich

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Posted in Is Nothing For Keeps?

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Ha. Craven's no detective,

Posted on Thu, 23 Jul 2020

Ha. Craven's no detective, either, celtic. I think I'm finally over my anxiety-ridden self and am ready to move on. Book finally done. Just now formatting at present for upload to Amazon. Even managed to build a website for my wife. Maybe 66 is...

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Posted in Shiny Things - A Ramble

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Missing my Friday night pub

Posted on Mon, 27 Apr 2020

Missing my Friday night pub night a bit more after reading this. Every line rang as true as can be. You know of what you speak. Wonderful piece, Joe and congrats on Story of the Month. Well deserved honors. Cheers, buddy.

Rich

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Posted in The Pub

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 Considerig the current

Posted on Sun, 03 May 2020

 Considerig the current climate. This is especially poignent. Hate when I realize I’ve just stated the obvious. I very much enjoyed this.

Rich

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Posted in Distance

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You always manage to make me

Posted on Wed, 29 Apr 2020

You always manage to make me laugh, Jane. Though, I did cringe a bit when you were injured. I think the world if you, ya know. Enjoyed your family Zoom games. Darcey and I play bacgammon and Uno on our Friday night pints night. She always kicks...

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Posted in Pad Life: Monstrosities

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I'm not in the best of voice

Posted on Sat, 21 Mar 2020

I'm not in the best of voice here. I'm not even in the best of voice in normal times. Ha. I'd been listening to some John Prine and thought I'd have a little fun of my own. Will try to rework it with guitar or ukulele. Have a lot of time on my...

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Posted in On Our Way - Video

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Oh, man. Great idea, Drew.

Posted on Fri, 13 Mar 2020

Oh, man. Great idea, Drew. One week of old age as a sort of pergatory - then death! The final frontier. Then you get to heaven and God reunites you with your old pets, who leash you and say, 'Welcome to Heaven. How's that leash? Not to tight is...

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Posted in Old Friends Again

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