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Fiction: The Morning After Pill
“Have you got any spells maybe?” Thankful eyed the mantle full of skulls and glass balls.
Fiction: Why William Weldon Fell
“Is this the same girl, who wore trousers a few hours ago and created such a ruckus?” Fahy asked. “You clean up nicely, Miss Peckham.”
Fiction: No Such Thing as Progress
The ladies of Fort Grant get their feathers ruffled.
Fiction: Rough Riding
After getting nowhere with his prostitute friend, William agrees to escort Miss Peckham, the women’s rights crusader, to Fort Grant. Evening call rang out and the musicians at the bandstand halted their concert as they did each day with a melancholy little tune to send the children, their caretakers and the soldiers to their quarters.…
Fiction: The Parting Glass
I’d have expected a more dashing and distinguished look for an old lieutenant, but he’s nothing better than a down-and-out rail worker,” Haviland laughed.
Fiction: A Man to Man Talk
Why did Thankful make a point of telling him of her engagement? They had hardly spoken in the months since William left her at the post.
We Live in Deeds not Years
We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths; In feelings, not in figures on a dial.