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Leo

I have a character, Leo, who interacts with a lot of the other characters in my Work In Progress “White Oaks”, but, so far, we really don’t know much about him. *I* didn’t know much about him, just that he was one of the … Continue reading

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White Oaks: Jackie

The last chapter saw Jackie left alone in the cottage. Now the story continues and connects with the lives of others.   Leo looked up as Jackie came into the office. He smiled “I hope you had a great stay … Continue reading

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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 – 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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