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WOLF NOTES: An Uncommon Interview – Tracy Barton-Barrett

Welcome to WOLF NOTES, where interview questions stray from the rest of the pack. It’s nice to know the usual stuff like where an author gets their inspiration and why they write, but sometimes we need a little fun in … Continue reading

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WOLF NOTES: An Uncommon Interview – Katika Schneider

Welcome to WOLF NOTES, where interview questions stray from the rest of the pack. It’s nice to know the usual stuff like where an author gets their inspiration and why they write, but sometimes we need a little fun in … Continue reading

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WONDERFALL

“This is Wonderfall,” said Mark. The thirteen year old looked at the rushing water with a board expression. His lips twisted in an all too familiar grimace. “It’s a waterfall, Dad.” “But this one is special. Grandpa Jack took me … Continue reading

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THE RESCUE

I glare at the man who tried to kill me and spit the grenade pin onto the ground. He and his pals picked the wrong folks to mess with when they abducted Mistress. I’m way more than a little white … Continue reading

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Dominator

Flies swarmed the carcass and I cursed. This was the tenth heifer that had been ripped to shreds. A low rumbling growl made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up. I spun away from the remains and … Continue reading

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It’s Only A Dog

A fuzzy face and small pink tongue Little tail swishing back and forth Joyful exuberance at every greeting New friend with the trusting eyes Chasing tails and squirrels alike   Barking, yapping all night long Scattered papers and chewed remotes … Continue reading

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Greener Pastures

Swallows flitted across the meadow on the far side of the fence. Henrietta leaned her head on the barrier and watched them soar. It was so much greener over there. Of course everything else looks greener when you’re stuck in … Continue reading

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