“The Bicycle Adventure” is another story in the book “The Odessa Chronicles”. What happens when the man-servant discovers an old bicycle at Moonbeam Farm? When did he last ride a bicycle? How much help are a cat, a Jackalope and a Barn Owl? Continue reading
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“The Odessa Chronicles” is a book of short stories, the main characters being Dewey (cat), Jaxon (Jackalope) and Odessa (Barn Owl). They all moved into an old and unoccupied farm together.
Joshua (human – later to be known as the man-servant), was looking to buy a farm so he could live out his retirement years in total peace. Can you guess which farm he purchased? Continue reading
Dewey is a cat who shares living at Moonbeam Farm with Odessa, Jaxon and the man-servant. The following is an extract from the story “Dewey’s Flight”, copied from the book “The Odessa Chronicles”. Continue reading
An interesting aspect of writing fiction is simply … it is fiction! A story can theoretically go in whatever direction the writer wishes. I note “theoretically”, because what surprised me with The Odessa Chronicles was how often the characters would seem to take charge of a story. Continue reading