Tag Archives: Historical Event

Assassination – Scene 3 (Draft 1)

Assassination – Scene 3 (Draft 1) Rough hands lifted David up and propelled him forward toward the smoking corpse of the immolated man – toward his own fate. He wanted to scream, to fight free, but shock and disbelief kept … Continue reading

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Assassination – Scene 2 (Draft 1)

Assassination – Scene 2 (Draft 1) My husband, David, was doing complimentary research at Jawaharlal Nehru Library in New Delhi. As a linguist, he worked with several translators on esoteric manuscripts dating back to the 16th century. I expected him … Continue reading

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Assassination – Scene 1 (Draft 1)

This is the opening scene from a story about my early life in India.  It’s the initial draft, and I’ll have to re-write many times before I’m satisfied. If anyone here can help with critical comments, I’ll be most grateful.  … Continue reading

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