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JERUSALEM GAZETTE December 3

December 3

                                               BREAKING NEWS

(three months later)

Seventy year old Elizabeth is pregnant!  She has been seen in the market place chatting with her friends.  Elizabet said we could expect earth shattering news coming from Nazareth  real soon.

OUR FACT CHECKER:  Someone bearing a child in their seventies is very rare.  Our reliable source says that in Israel it has only happened once.  Sarah, wife of Abraham, gave birth to Issac when she nigh on ninety years old.

Jerusalem Gazette December 2

December 2

                                    COUPLE GOES INTO SECULSION


Zachariah isn’t answering  any questions as to what went awry yesterday.  He seems nervous and keep grabbing at his throat.  All we could get from Elizabeth was her promise to contact us if their status changes,  She suggested we check back with her three months. 

JERUSALEM GAZETTE DECEMBER 1

“Viewing the past in the present tense”

December 1:

                                                      WHAT’S GOING ON?

JERUSALEM

The temple faithful grew weary as they waited and waited for the elderly priest Zachariah to emerge from the Holy of Holies.  When he did appear the people went into shock.  Zachariah was waving his hands in the air and looking like he’d been tangling with Lucifer.  

Has he gone mad?  Did he have a heavenly visitor?  No one seems to know.  One thing is certain. Something big time happened to Zachariah while he performed his priestly duties today.

Elizaabeth, his wife, seemed befuddled.  She shuffled him away from the crowd and they headed toward their hill country home.

Jeruslem Gazette, Decermber 4th

Nazareth:

Rumor is spreading like wildfire that Mary, engaged to our local carpenter Joseph, is pregenant.  Joseph maintains he isn’t the father of the child and Mary says she has not been unfaithful to her promised marriage vows.

Check tomorrows edition for breaking news on this shocking event.

BOOK FLAP: RIVER OF DEATH….CHICKAMAUGA


Sandwiched between the Civil War Battles of Gettysburg and Chattanooga, Chickamauga became the last hooray for the Confederacy. Meet the people who awoke one day to find their homes part of a battlefield. Examine the costly squabbles among General Bragg’s CSA staff and the miscalculations of Union Commander General Rosecrans. As you follow the snafu movements that beseiged both sides you’ll be suprised by the battle’s heroes that ultimately cost the Union a victory.

THAT’S ME, LYNELLE MASON, IN MY BUNNY RABBIT COSTUME HAVING MY PICTURE TAKEN OODLES OF TIME BY LITTLE FRIENDS FROM SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE AND ALEXIAN VILLAGE

BOOK JACKET: WHERE THE RABBITS DANCE


Lightfoot shares a common bond with her Grandmother (E-li-si) even death can’t dissolve. When the Georgia guards march her family to a deportation fort Lightfoot escapes. Following Indian trails Lightfoot hides in a cave and exists on herbs and berries. Beaver, an interracial youth, finds Lightfoot and talks her into finding sanctuary with his family. The road to freedom is hazardous, but Lightfoot finds both love and freedom where the rabbits dance.