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Recent Reads and Listens – March 20

In an attempt to keep myself accountable (to an extent, I’m chronically ill and a parent, so I’m going to give myself some art mercy as well), I want to do some more deliberate writing about the books, shows, podcasts, etc that I’m making my way through. Audio Drama Sunday-style, but also with books, because […]

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New Winslow S7E60

Olivia had just turned the OPEN sign on when she heard Andrew coming down the stairs from his apartment. “Good morning!” she called as she made her way across the empty storefront and back behind the counter. He rounded the corner from the back and her question about the unplugged phone she’d found when she […]

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New Winslow S7E59

The phone was ringing downstairs in the shop. Andrew was alone in his flat, it was two in the morning, and that damn phone was still going. Every fifteen minutes on the dot, the phone would ring. The first time, he’d staggered downstairs to get it, thinking there was an emergency and for whatever reason, […]

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New Winslow S7E58

Why wouldn’t Nancy retire? Tara loved working at the general store, but Nancy was this dark cloud that hung over it, making every shift just a little miserable. If Tara wasn’t doing things correctly (by Nancy’s standards, Tara had been at this job for two decades now, she was doing things correctly), she’d hear about […]

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New Winslow S7E57

Noah was alone in Andrew’s bed when he woke up the next morning. Above the sounds from the open window, he could hear the things happening downstairs. The espresso machine going, muffled voices of…customers? He glanced at his watch and saw that it was seven in the morning. He wasn’t scheduled to work today and […]

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New Winslow S7E56

Andrew was still reluctant to give Noah his blessing to try again, but he eventually agreed after a morning of convincing. After work, they went straight over to Iris’s shop. Iris – who had taken significantly less coaxing than Andrew – was thankfully taking a different tack from last time. But the soft glow of […]

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New Winslow S7E55

The kid was gone again, and the silence was getting more and more frustrating. Maybe it was because Noah could remember so specifically how it felt to drown, how it felt to be in Billy McBride’s skin as he boarded his ship and dreamed of going home. But the idea that he just wasn’t answering […]

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New Winslow S7E54

Roman had expected Jamie to be mad about having to leave New Winslow for a little while. Or maybe scared. After all, he was old enough to understand that someone with a lot more power than them had threatened him and his siblings. And he was angry about that, Roman could see it in how […]

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New Winslow S7E53

After all the time she’d spent on it, the album’s release was anticlimactic. Cleo hadn’t made any major plans for it. She should have scheduled a release party of some kind, maybe put on a local show with The Blossom Step. Or at the very least, sent out a press release. Instead, she’d done some […]

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