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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 22 from THE HARVEST of REASON) Monday morning John was in early, to make up for having lost half of Sunday due to a hangover. He had been in the cubicle in the back of Dan Gates’ lab most of the morning…READ MORE

(if you’re here for the first time look at excerpts 1-21 in earlier Blogs ) Monday morning John was in early, to make up for having lost half of Sunday due to a hangover. He had been in the cubicle … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 21 from THE HARVEST of REASON) The cars were pulled up on both sides of the grassy street as Craig and Maddie arrived at the party on Saturday. It was a midsummer bash in full swing…READ MORE

(if you’re here for the first time look at excerpts 1-20 in earlier Blogs ) The cars were pulled up on both sides of the grassy street as Craig and Maddie arrived at the party on Saturday. It was a … Continue reading

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