A Dangerous Road

Roadwork
©2011 by Dr. Joan Steidinger The concept was simple: attend a sports conference in Hawaii, then – and most importantly – travel to Nepal to run a three-day stage race…
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What I Did This Summer

Roadwork
©2011 by Debbie Goelz Each and every member of my writing group is the type of world traveler you might see on the cover of Adventure magazine, wrestling alligators in…
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By the Rockets' Red Glare

Roadwork
© 2010 by Dick Jordan For the past three nights I’ve heard the explosions from miles away.  I’m not in Afghanistan or Iraq; I live near San Francisco.  It’s just…
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The Waiting Room

Roadwork
©2011 by Anita Jones Anyone who says writing is a lonely business has never spent time with a roomful of hardheaded fictional folk bent on having their way. Unlike boring,…
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On the Road

Roadwork
© 2010 Leslie Lee I never imagined how much I would learn by collaborating on a story.  What’s even more surprising is that I’ve never met my co-writer, Carolyn Chang,…
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Code Name: Erin Orison

Roadwork
©2011 by Linda Watanabe McFerrin Talk about spooky characters! I am sitting at a coffee shop in Washington D.C., talking to Oleg Kalugin, former head of KGB operations, getting a…
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My 180

Roadwork
by Terry Sue Harms Now that my novel, Pearls My Mother Wore, is on the market, I’m satisfied that self-publishing was the right path for me to take. Four years…
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