Many years ago, when I was in high school, I saw a film talking about Ibsen's A Doll's House, which contained a quote from Ibsen on why Nora leaves at the end. While I don't recall the exact quote, he essentially said that once he knew the character, he knew leaving was her only course … Continue reading Minds of Their Own
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When a couple has been married for over eleven hundred years, there's very little they haven't encountered. Join Charles and Renee Fox on their romp through history and meet some of their friends and contemporaries. From the fall of the Roman Empire to the rise of the modern industrial state, they've been a part of … Continue reading Crazy Like the Foxes now available on Kindle!
For most people, being brutally murdered is the end of the story, but for Victoria Wells, it's only the beginning. Follow along as Victoria goes from being a prostitute in the East End of London in 1888 to a wealthy philanthropist in current-day New York, and meet Victoria's sister, Allison, a renowned clothing designer in … Continue reading A Tale of Two Sisters
This is from a series of stories I wrote, involving a character from The Long-Timer Chronicles. Tangie Carson hoists the camera onto her right shoulder and peers through the viewfinder at the reporter, Megan Wilson, standing in front of the old mill. She's already taken several minutes of footage of the mill itself from different … Continue reading The Old Mill
This is a part of a series of stories I wrote, based on characters from my novels The Long-Timer Chronicles, which I'm developing for inclusion in a future volume of the series. Tangerine Carson, better known as Tangie, looks at the ornate clock on the wall and watches the slow-motion progress of the minute hand. … Continue reading Clockwork Tangerine
This is an excerpt from my novel The Long-Timer Chronicles: A Tale of Two Sisters, available in print and Kindle format from Amazon.com.Background: Victoria Wells, one of the lead characters of the novel, meets another Long-Timer, a black woman who calls herself Maxi, in early 20th century New York. Victoria wants to bring Maxi to … Continue reading Excerpt from “A Tale of Two Sisters”