Category Archives: Cabin 22

Cabin 22 – Maggie

Author’s Notes: The thing about a “bad first draft” is that as I write it, I find out about the story – it’s almost as if the book is there already, and my job is just to discover it. So, … Continue reading

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Cabin 22 – Trey & Dotty Miller

Author’s Notes: Why would an American couple be staying in an out-of-the way place like Silver Oaks Cabins? Well, maybe because they thought one of their ancestors came from that area. That idea leads to this story, and a realization … Continue reading

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Cabin 22 – Orlando Smith

Author’s Notes. I had to sign in to a building recently, and I idly looked at the names above mine on the sheet. One was “Orlando Smith”, a common enough name here in the MidWestern US, I thought, but not … Continue reading

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Cabin 22: Eric

Author’s Notes: This writing came from two unrelated thoughts. One was about where “inspiration” comes from, and the other was what the last journal entry would have on other people reading it. It wasn’t until I got to the end … Continue reading

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Cabin 22: David and Jackie

AUTHOR NOTES: This is very much a first draft – I wanted something less “happy” to occur in Cabin 22, and this story came to mind. Actually, a variant came to mind first, but as I put it down the … Continue reading

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Cabin 22: Selwyn Smyth-Tomlinson

Selwyn Smyth-Tomlinson   Selwyn looked around the cabin. There was no desk, nowhere to set out his laptop or sort through his papers. He checked his phone: only 3 bars on the connection, and no Wi-Fi network that he could … Continue reading

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Cabin 22: Veronica

Veronica   Closing the door behind her, Veronica stood for a moment and wondered what on earth she was doing here. It was true that she had dreamed of a vacation in a cabin in the woods all her married … Continue reading

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