Rebecca's PenThe creative works of R.E.W.

About R.E.W

I am author, artist, history buff, wishing to share these three passions of mine with anyone who cares to read this blog. The main drive between these three deep interests of mine is imagination.

History isn't just people and events in a dusty book. Writing isn't just words in a tome. Art isn't just random images in a photograph, sketch or painting. I'll give you examples of what they really are.

Category Archives: Short Stories

The presence . . .

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of writing “snippets” around here have been far and few between–at least, in my recent posting history. I didn’t post any for July, so August will just have to compensate. And … Continue reading

Maytime Bits

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Another Month passed! You’ll be hearing a good deal more from me as summer draws upon us. Anyways, here are some of what I’ve been working on. Small samplings you’ll … Continue reading

Little threads

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Now I shower upon you shreds of story! I’ve been wrapped up in government and political activity! With the upcoming 2012 elections, this nation is brewing with controversy and preparation … Continue reading

Springtime Snippets {March}

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March has arrived, and with it, more bits o’ story. Creativity has been flowing swiftly, to my delight, and I’m going to give you a taste of what I’ve been … Continue reading

Bits and Pieces {February}

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The post today features a fun monthly thing that I found on a fellow writer/blogger’s site called Snippets of Story-A Grand Blog Thing from Whisperings of the Pen. It looked … Continue reading

Courage Spurs on Freedom

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Courage Spurs on Freedom   The realization presented itself as formidable, abject and heartrending.  At the outset, I attempted to let it slip by without my notice.  I laughed at … Continue reading

Of A Secret Matter….

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A short story set back in the last decade of the 18th century, of some children on their family plantation and their “pets”     Spring had settled in full … Continue reading

British or American

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British or American? As each day drew closer to Christmas Eve, Mariah’s excitement mounted.  Yes, this year was certainly different from all the rest!  Now that she was fifteen, and … Continue reading

To Say Goodbye to Oppression…

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It was a crisp day, quite close to winter, when the sky pulled back from allowing the sun to pay frequent visits to Washington Valley, Virginia.  This was one of … Continue reading

In the Catacombs

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I got this story idea from activity lists in History Of the World (KONOS: HOW) I heard the wailings of the women, the soft, distraught groans of the men.  They … Continue reading

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