Never Waste Dreams
Last week I wrote about Carl Taylor, one of the characters in two of my novels. In the first scene of the book Never Waste Dreams, Carl finds an abandoned young boy wandering the open prairie.
Never Waste Dreams – page 1
With only the early mornin’ light, I had to rub my eyes afore I could tell it was a two- legged critter, not more than six or seven years of age. His clothes was nothin’ but rags that hung on his skinny little frame. His long hair looked to be as matted and full of cockleburs as Corky’s was the first time I laid eyes on him.
He musta been sleepin’ when we come up on him. His eyes opened wide with fear of the dog and grew even bigger when he seen me. He reached down where he’d piled up some rocks, picked them up one at a time, and pelted me and Corky with a couple good hits. When his ammunition run out, he took off.
Never Waste Dreams is the continuing saga of two young pioneer couples first introduced in my fictional historical novel, Never Waste Tears.
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