Author Archives: Michael Reyneke

About Michael Reyneke

At present I work full-time as a SAP Business Consultant specializing in Warehouse Management. I have chosen writing as a field to explore for the future when there is more time for non-computer creative activity. I live in South Africa with my wife, have three children and five grandchildren.

Lesson 5 – The Persian Rug

  The Persian Rug “Eric, that was a very good dinner,” said Linda placing her knife and fork neatly on her plate. “Yes, I enjoyed it too,” replied Eric summoning their waitress. “Have you bought the rug you promised me?” … Continue reading

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Lesson 4 – Dinner for Two at Table Eight

Dinner for Two at Table Eight That evening Bianca finished business at the manufacturing plant just before six giving her enough time to freshen-up and travel into town to meet one of her suppliers for dinner. She had never met … Continue reading

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Lesson 3 Exercise 1 – Passed Sell By Date

Passed Sell-by Date (Revised) Parnell ordered his fourth beer as the teams came in after finishing their Bowls Trips games. Most of the players knew him and said that they missed him. An old rival brought across an extra beer … Continue reading

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Lesson 3 Exercise 1 – Passed Sell-by Date

Passed Sell-by Date (revised) Parnell ordered his fourth beer as the teams came in after finishing their Bowls Trips games. Most of the players knew him and said that they missed him. An old rival brought across an extra beer … Continue reading

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Lesson 2 Exercise 2 – Off To Work I Go

I’ve added a few lines of narration at the beginning to offer context to my dialogue from Lesson 1 exercise 2. The result is Skinner parked a block away from her house and waited as he had done for the … Continue reading

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Off To Work I Go

Samantha checked her watch as the car pulled up and a stranger got out. “Hi! Can I take you to work and then fetch you afterward for a few drinks on our way home?” he said crossing the side-walk. “No, … Continue reading

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