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Ocean City Magazine– November/December Holiday Issue

Everyone has a favorite memory of Ocean City. With that memory comes some way of referencing it. Whether that be a favorite tee shirt, or a family photo taken in front of the Music Pier, there is always an object … Continue reading

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Ocean City Magazine– September/October 2017

Freelancing for Ocean City Magazine, I wrote two articles. The content can be read in the Issu PDF reader featured at the bottom of this post. The Interview with Fred Miller (page 20) Good Karma “Saint Damian’s Thrift Shop” (page … Continue reading

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GutterBall

Meredith studied the pool table, studying the ways she could make a shot. She was stripes tonight. She had a slight lead, and felt like she could increase the gap, but that stupid blue ball over in the corner… it … Continue reading

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Kokuviki

Previous Chapter A sudden bump jolted Bour awake. Sitting up he found himself in his wagon…which was moving. Had his Mahi steeds simply taken off while he was sleeping? No, they couldn’t have. They had not been harnessed to the … Continue reading

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Ocean City Magazine– July and August 2017

Grouping the two summer issues together, the July and August Issues of Ocean City Magazine feature a few articles from yours truly.  In the July Issue: In the Kitchen– “Del’s Grill” (page 8) The Interview with Edwin Nusbaum, Tennis Pro … Continue reading

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Shelter Found

Previous Chapter  Their initial stumbling had stopped, and now the two Utywan Matoran simply struggled the long hike up the mountain path. Their guide, Okoth, turned for the thirty-ninth time to make sure Bour and Nireta were still with her, … Continue reading

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Shelter Needed

Previous Chapter A Po-Matoran stood atop a rocky outcropping, squinting underneath his Kanohi as he tried to see through the white radiance of the afternoon sun immersing the plains around him. He gleaned small sprouts of shrubbery along the endless … Continue reading

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