Tag: Kathy Kexel
Creepy doesn’t come natural to Kathy Kexel the way it does to the rest of us in the little writer’s collaboration. She’s the Marsha Brady of the Fondue Writers Club. She is sweet, gentle, and innocent. Kind of the opposite of Joe Shaw. Her writing strength is the flowing descriptive of a scene — the…
The Ache In The Knee Pounds The Heart Of Thee
Kathy Kexel goes for the prophetic jugular in today’s COVID Chronicle, “Summer Storm.” I’m not gonna tell you how it ends, but “Don’t Go In The Basement” comes to mind. Click on the shirt hanging from the clothes line to read her story.
The COVID Chronicle in which Janelle Gets The U.S. Government To Pay For Her Vacation At A Wisconsin B & B
You will definitely want to read the conclusion (I think?) to Kathy Kexel’s “Secrets” Storyline. It seems to be a consensus among us writers in this little crazy COVID Chronicle cadre of characters that Kathy needs to develop Janelle and introduce a novel. I have ideas for her to work into the plot, but I…
Today’s Story, In Which We Learn Janelle is A FREE-loader
Kathy Kexel brings the conclusion (maybe? feels like room for a sequel?) to her murder mystery centered around mysterious envelopes, unpaid for soda at the bar, shockingly well appointed bed and breakfasts, and a lot of town names that sound like they were just made up. Click on the Maine Coon’s gigantic head to read…