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Tales by Tom

This podcast showcases the audio stories of Tom Cagley Sr.

Apr 26, 2009

Tales By Tom, the podcast on Thomas M. Cagley Sr.’s fiction continues with the sixth installment of the novella  “Even the Day of My Wedding.”  

The story so far . . .
We are long past the initial dialogue between Morris and Robert in December 1984.

Indeed, we are already in April 1985 when Dita, Morris’ first love, and Robert, without Morris knowing anything yet, are first meeting at a hotel coffee shop in a mall near Philadelphia.  In Chapters 13, 14 and 15, we find out four things from Dita:
1. That the title is a quote from her which had to do with a special day in 1949 (you will be asked to remember the day in the last chapter).
2. That Dita wrote six letters to Morris in the year and a half she spent alone.
3. That Dita was certain, at the time, that once Morris found out that she had been approved for America, he would stop at nothing to be reunited with her.
4. That Dita had become a widow on January 1, 1984.

The plot becomes complicated!

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