Tag: New Orleans Bywater

Claim the Disappearing: 10

(I invite you to enjoy this free New Orleans novel, courtesy of the wonder that is the internet, unrolled a teensy bit at a time. If you are just joining us, feel free to return to THE BEGINNING and work your way through.) Talking about the past is easy. The past is done. The only choice of the tale-teller is to pick through the events jumbled...

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Claim the Disappearing: Chapters 1-5

(I invite you to enjoy this free New Orleans novel, courtesy of the wonder that is the internet, unrolled a teensy bit at a time. For your convenience, I’m unrolling chapters 1-5 in their completeness in this post. Let me know what you might like to see next—there’s still time to influence the story!!) CHAPTER 1 The ancient Chartres...

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The Proverbial Camel

Never let a camel into your home. Give an inch, and it’ll take a mile. Mary Bob, the Bywater camel, sticking her nose into what isn’t her business ’cause that’s what camels do.   Bob Mary, the Marigny camel, trying to worm his way into a bar ’cause that’s what camels do.           Mary...

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