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DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE… for the love of story


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                                             MY CONVERSATION WITH THE MAD HATTER [to entice you into an Alexander Wainwright CyberSpace Time Travel Story] ME: Story! Was there ever a TIME BEFORE TIME when stories were never told? Perhaps because the […]

A TRIAL of ONE, the third in THE OSGOODE TRILOGY


Officially, Harry Jenkins’ elderly client, Norma Dinnick, had committed no crime. While she embroidered tales of murderous revenge in a singsong voice, her doctors rubbed their jaws to hide their smirks. Such a sweetly smiling woman could not have committed the cruel and devious acts she so vividly described. Their diagnosis was psychotic dementia with […]

CONDUCT in QUESTION, the first in THE OSGOODE TRILOGY


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Prologue: Was it wrong to take a life so young? Such beautiful skin was soft, smooth, and white as cream. He stroked her lustrous brown hair. A nervous smile flitted across her face. He stared into her eyes. She was a university student, filled with the idealism of youth, but her lips and nails were […]

CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT


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  I’m Alexander Wainwright, landscape artist and CyberSpace adventurer. You’ll also find me searching for the MUSE in the novels of The Trilogy of Remembrance–TheDrawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde and Night Crossing.  When I’m between novels, I like to explore all the nooks and cranies of cyberspace. On these journies I have met so […]