Highroad Chronicles

Maggie Jessop

Men Are Brainwashed

I wonder…Do men wash their hair with battery acid? I suspect it soaks through and eats up the brain. Recently I parked my semi-truck at a Walmart shopping center somewhere

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Maggie Jessop

Introducing Dilly

This is the second installment in my new children’s book series SquarePeg Storybooks soon to publish on Amazon. What Will Dilly Do? is a tale of pluck told in rhyme.

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The Suicide Paradox

Seriously? You want to know what I think. Are you sure? I was recently contacted by a Utah journalist for a comment on the subject of suicide among FLDS and

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Who Am I?

Who am I? What do I stand for? These days if you want to see sparks fly and get punched in the noggin’, you talk about religion or politics. Most

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I Am a Better Person

We should be able to say that because of our association with one another, “I am a better person having known you.” Years ago I heard this story which found

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My New Books

Holy bovine! It’s official. I actually have a real live, cuter-than-a-bug children’s book published in eBook, paperback, and hardback available on both Amazon and Ingram Spark outlets. The CAT MEOW

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Example and Precept

My father had lots of fun ways to teach lessons. One day he put a bowl of candy on his desk. Sure enough pieces of candy began to disappear throughout

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Ahead and Behind?

Last week I was trucking near Tucson and saw an IN-N-Out Burger joint. It is particularly dangerous for me to be hungry while driving a semi-truck and come upon In-N-Out.

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WHERE MUCH IS GIVEN

This is the second publication in a series on Amazon called FLDS Lady. This book is Part One of three which will complete my personal memoirs. Still tweaking my book

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The Cat Meow

Yaaaay! Finally, almost ready to publish my first children’s book. THE CAT MEOW is the first in a children’s book series called Square Peg Storybooks Written by Maggie Jessop Illustrated

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