Tag Archives: Mark Rogers

VALENTINE, COME WITH ME TO THE KISSING TREE (A SUMMER ROMANCE)

What is summer without a summer romance? Though they may not last forever, the memories do! Enjoy a memory of a young boy’s summer bliss in this loving piece from the Fiction House Publishing’s,  The Seasons of My Giving Back … Continue reading

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THE LEGEND OF THE SCARLET TONGUED, BLUE MOUTH DEMONS

To commemorate the new school year, here’s a whimisical excerpt from The Seasons of My Giving Back. *     *     * School’s starting for some, just around the corner for others, and forever out for many. Here’s a school daze reminiscing … Continue reading

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A SUPER ECLIPSE IN A ROUGE ROBE

By Raji Singh This weekend.  Don’t miss it.  Hasn’t been one since 1982.  Won’t be another until 2033.  What is it?  A total eclipse of a Supermoon.  And, this harvest moon will turn blood red.  See this grand show and … Continue reading

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THE LEGEND OF THE SCARLET TONGUED, BLUE MOUTH DEMONS

To commemorate the new school year, here’s a whimisical excerpt from The Seasons of My Giving Back. *     *     * School’s starting for some, just around the corner for others, and forever out for many. Here’s a school daze reminiscing … Continue reading

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OF SUPERMOONS, SCUPPERNONGS AND SUMMER

By Raji Singh There is a wonderful Supermoon for the end of August.  There will be another at the end of September. Predictions are it will be even grander. Here is a story about one from long ago and far … Continue reading

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Post No. 112: SCBWI – CAMARADERIE AND COLLEGIALITY

by Mark Rogers This past weekend, on the campus of a University near Kansas City, I observed ecstatic adults exiting a conference hall. Why such passionate vibrancy? The varsity footballers hadn’t won that afternoon. The Royals barely lost the World … Continue reading

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No. 104: OF SUPERMOONS, SCUPPERNONGS AND SUMMER

by Raji Singh The blissful harvest of all our autumn experiences yet-to-come: Quietly it approaches. I hope your fall is bountiful. The yield from the summer of 2014, a blaring brass band of the warmest of memories, preserves in the … Continue reading

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WAR’S TENDER MERCIES

by Mark Rogers, Editor (Taking a break from Mr. Raji Singh’s whimsical Lore of the Lindian Woods animal tales: They’ll return next week. A national news commentator’s sad remarks on the dozens of wars occuring now throughout the world, prompts … Continue reading

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