After the Silver Screen Fades

Every year, I try to write a novel for National Novel Writing Month (see deets at nanowrimo.org).  I have never completed the task, haha. But I'm going to try again this year.  Just for the sake of it. I don't know if it'll be any good, but here a short synopsis about what my novel is …

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Haiti Reflection Paper: Familiarly Unfamiliar

We were picked up from Port-au-Prince without much delay or hassle.  Shortly after landing, going through customs and the baggage claim, and alternating between bathroom breaks and watching each other’s luggage, we were ushered out of the airport into the parking lot.  The Haitian men who would be driving us in helped us load our …

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