Tales By Tom, the podcast on Thomas M. Cagley Sr.’s fiction
continues with the second part of a short story called "The
As you heard in the first part of the short story (and if you did
not then go back and listen), The Medal, I was in Rome and in the
right place at the right time to have an impulsive purchase I’d
made blessed by the new pope.
It was one of a kind.
In this second and last half of the story, the one-of-a-kind
blessing takes on new meaning ---but eight months later in New York
City, the same medal with me, I find myself in the wrong place at
the wrong time,
Thanks to Lori Thompson, Kitty Sheffield, Vince Shook, and Gene
Lupi for their kind comments on Even the Day of My Wedding. I am
glad you liked the book and even the surprise ending.
Next, a group of 24 stories under the title of Nobody Likes a
Proofreader and other Lessons I Have Learned During and After a
Life in Retailing.
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