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JAMES OSBORNE



Congratulations to James Osborne

a multi Tales2Inspire® winner,

for his Inspiring Stories: 

Dragonflies and the Great Blue Heron

Aunt Mary’s Birthday 

and his Humorous Story:

 The Pantomime Hunter


First, Jim’s inspiring story, Dragonflies and the Great Blue Heron

Jim’s winning story, Dragonflies and the Great Blue Heron,  was published in Tales2Inspire ~ The Emerald Collection in 2012. A perfect fit for a collection of Beyond Coincidence stories, it is about one of life’s greatest tragedies — love lost prematurely through death — and about the triumph of finding true love later in life.  This deeply moving story proves there can be a silver lining after a devastating emotional storm . . . if you believe. Read more.


Next, Jim’s humorous story, The Pantomime Hunter

On a lighter note, Jim’s second winning story, The Pantomime Hunter, is the humorous story of a boy who fulfills his English teacher’s  assignment by acting out a day of duck hunting for his  class. Hunting days can be long and tedious, but the necessities of life still need to be attended to. You know, when you gotta go, you gotta go. His hysterical pantomime of the duck hunter’s quandary leaves his classmates in stitches. The Pantomime Hunter is now published in Tales2Inspire ~ The Crystal Collection – Stories that Tickle the Funny Bone. Read more about how Kids Will Be Kids and don’t miss the humorous video.


Last but not least . . .

Aunt Mary’s Birthday, published in Tales2Inspire ~ The Ruby Collection, is another story likely to touch your heart. Don’t miss this Gift of Compassion  charmer. Click here to read more.



James Osborne is the author of two novels and more than fifty short stories. He is a former journalist and journalism teacher, whose writing career detoured through the corporate world in public relations, advertising and marketing, becoming vice-president of a Fortune 500 company. James says his varied life — from farm boy to journalist to company executive — with its good and not-so-good experiences, offers terrific resources for creative writing.


Visit Jim’s blog for more of his slice of life stories.





3 Responses so far.

  1. Micki Peluso says:

    Love this. This was my favorite book in the series and I’m proud to have a part in it.

  2. LoisWStern says:

    And you didn’t just have A PART in it, Micki, you had a BIG part. What talent you have for humor! WOW!

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