Blog Posts - Acquiescence



Do You Mondegreen? by Velya Jancz-Urban

Flashback to 1972: I was fourteen-years old and my brother was twelve. Our mother was wandering around the house belting out the lyrics to a very popular song, America’s “Horse with No Name.” My brother and I really weren’t paying … Con...
by Second Wind Publishing on Aug 22, 2015

Fifty Shades of Jim

My female goddess awakened as Jim tickled me down there with an ostrich feather. I chewed my lips as he salaciously cocked his head to the side and rocked his groin upward. “Holy crap,” I gasped, about to reach my seventh … Continue readin...
by Second Wind Publishing on Apr 22, 2015

Interview with Velya Jancz-Urban, author of “Acquiescence”

What is your book about? When Pamina Campbell learns of a murder committed over two hundred years ago in her Connecticut farmhouse in order to avenge an unforgivable crime, she accepts that she has no idea how the universe works, … Continue rea...
by Second Wind Publishing on Apr 4, 2015

Interview with Velya Jancz-Urban, author of “Acquiescence”

What is your book about? In Acquiescence, Pamina Campbell and her family try to piece their lives back together in a 1770 Connecticut farmhouse, but have no idea that secrecy, homophobia, and a ghastly confession await. Two plot threads twine as one...
by Pat Bertram Introduces . . . on Mar 22, 2015

Government Shutdown: A Good Problem To Have

It may strike some as strange to state a partial government shutdown is a good problem to have.  Such a statement would take most aback, especially when today’s American society has been lulled in a stupor on focusing on the here and now.&...
by Conservative Voice on Oct 10, 2013

The Ravings of a Wife

The Ravings of a Wife Blessed is the man whose wife speaks with wisdom even when she’s out of her mind. Ebenezer Erskine was a minister, but not a good one. His Scottish congregation wearied of his preaching, but he seemed unable to do better. “I...
by Laboring In The Lord on Aug 26, 2013


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