Brother Love 5 — A Face

I have been a bit busy offline the last few weekends and have been remiss in catching up with Teagan Geneviene’s latest serial Brother Love.. now in episode 5.. as always all the ingredients for a spicy feast… there are threads dangling provocatively waiting to be pulled. Some richly created characters being masterfully manipulated into position for the next episode and don’t forget the alligator….

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Saturday, May 25, 2019

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Welcome back to the crossroads.    

As you know, the popular blogger and photographer Dan Antion illustrates Brother Love.  I try to bring Dan into some of the process of creating the story.  The “things” for this chapter led me to a scene that required some knowledge I didn’t possess — dark-haired actresses of the era.  At the time Dan was visiting his brother, Bruce, and they both took up the challenge.  Read on and you’ll see what I mean.

Sometimes my life creeps into my stories, with small parallels.  I’ve been having a disfiguring allergy problem. (It’s finally a lot better, thanks.  Apparently running its dreadfully long course, just as they said.)  I guess that’s why my narrator for this story became conscious of her appearance in chapters 4 and 5.

Birdie Devovo can’t afford to dress “to the…

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21 thoughts on “Brother Love 5 — A Face

  1. Hi Sally. Huge thanks for reblogging!
    I hope this comment method shows up… WordPress is giving me fits.
    Wordpress won’t let me “like” or comment on most blogs (it’s weirdly random), but maybe I can get around that via the Reader. Yet another WordPress pain in the rear…

    Thank you again. You are a treasure. Hugs on magpie wings!

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      • Ah-ha… I should have known… more “new and improved” disaster. It’s ruined me being able to use Chrome (which is easy for me to work with). I’ve gotten around it by using Bing, but I do not like Bing at all… So switching back and forth with browsers throughout the day is another nuisance. (I see a notice in email, but have to switch before I can respond…). Sometimes I think WordPress wants all of us to leave.

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