Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Disappearance of Jennifer Douglas

This is the continuing story about the disappearance of Jennifer Douglas.  SD Robb © All rights reserved. All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. This is a work of fiction. … Continue reading

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Continuing story of The Disappearance of Jennifer Douglas

This post is the third page of the free story.  SD Robb © All rights reserved.  I hope you enjoy it. Patty Sinclair sat her desk and nervously watched the clock.  It was five minutes after 9 AM.  She glanced over … Continue reading

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Continuing the Story

This is a continuation of an earlier post “The Disappearance of Jennifer Douglas.”  It is a free continuing story.  SD Robb © All Rights Reserved Jennifer went to bed that night.  Her mind drifted to her hopes and dreams of marrying … Continue reading

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Profession or religion?

I read this blog post and I had to reblog it. Great post from Christian!

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The Disappearance of Jennifer Douglas

I hope you enjoy this short free story.  I am just sitting down and typing.  What comes out will be the story.  It is a first draft.  SD Robb© all rights reserved. All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. … Continue reading

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The Fourth Page

Here is the fourth and a little more of the new book.  Read and let me know your opinion.  The book is coming out this summer and it is called, “The Inferno Corporation.”  Currently I am looking for someone to … Continue reading

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The third page

This is the third page of my upcoming book, “The Inferno Corporation.” Abraham Silver was an older man in his late sixties.  His wife had passed on many years earlier.  He was a short man, who often dilly-dallied around while … Continue reading

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