Category Archives: Cabin 22

White Oaks: – David and Jackie

This chapter has been re-written with a different ending; I’m re-posting it because then it leads to the next chapter… It was David and Jackie’s 24th wedding anniversary, and they had decided to celebrate it at White Oaks Cabins this … Continue reading

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Cabin 22 – Jill

Silver Oaks is a magical place… Jill shut the door of cabin 22 behind her, and squealed with excitement! At 14 she was grown up enough to have a cabin to herself, and not have to share with Mum and Dad … Continue reading

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Cabin 22: Selwyn Smyth-Tomlinson

This character has gone through a number of iterations but his transformation was the one thing that I knew about him all along. Following the change of emphasis that has caused this rewrite, there are a few recurring personalities that cameo … Continue reading

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Cabin 22/Silver (or White) Oaks

Some time ago I started writing “Cabin 22”, which I had conceived as a collection of stories of people staying in a cabin in the woods in rural Norfolk UK. The more I wrote, however, the more backstory there seemed to be. … Continue reading

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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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