Dewey and the man-servant both shook their heads and walked back to Jaxon’s straw pile, but Jaxon was not there. For Jaxon to be out at night was very unusual, so they both decided to stay there for a while and catch him when he returned. It was not long. Continue reading
“The Odessa Chronicles” is a book of stories which generally cover the various adventures of four “interesting” characters, one of which is Jaxon … a Jackalope!
A Jackalope is generally defined in dictionaries as “A mythical animal depicted as a hare or rabbit with horns, said to exist in parts of North America.” How did we create him? Below is part 1 of the story in the book “The Creation of Jaxon!
Some of you will know that I rarely read fiction. There are a number of reasons for this, one of which is that it is a very low priority which, when considering my many other interests, means I am not likely to get around to it any time soon! The only exception is J.R.R. Tolkein… but that is another story(?)! Continue reading