m e b smith
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This story attempts to answer questions I had as a child about life and death, good, evil; right and wrong; love and loss, and all that is in between. At its core, Blood of Their Sons is about relationships, about decisions we make. It’s about the transformations we undergo because of those decisions.
What I’ve concluded is this:
We love and do the best we can at that point in time. Who, among us, may judge that for anyone else?
m.e.b.smith is the author of The Scent of Gardenia: A Killing in Princeville, The Keepers of Carifa, and the upcoming: What I Know About God. Her stories intertwine, each having a thread in the other, because as she says, “All things are connected.”
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Blood of Their Sons
by m e b smith
She wasn’t dying fast enough. There was no money, no inheritance, no trust; and just enough insurance to bury her—maybe. She had nothing worth fighting over; they just wanted her dead.
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