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A little teaser this week from my second novel FROM SILT AND ASHES
Genre: Historical Fiction circa 1904
Word Count: 100
LACK OF VISION
“I’ve been reading.” Arel peered over his newspaper at seven-month old Rachel in her highchair. “There are places for people like her.”
“She’s a person.” Havah seized the paper and ripped it in half.
“In one of those schools she can be with other persons who are…” he lowered his voice, “…blind.”
Choking on her anger, Havah hobbled to their bedroom where she hauled a suitcase from the closet. After stuffing it with his clothes, she shoved it down the stairs.
“Havah, listen to reason.”
“I will when I hear it. Come back when you decide to be a father!”