Christa Kinde, Storyteller
Chapter 86: Twelfth
Loris escorted his unexpected guest into the garden.
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One of the inevitable things a writer will face is the rejection letter. I know, I know, we don’t even want to even speak it into existence. 411 more words
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The Irresponsible Reader
by Ann Aguirre
Mass-Market Paperback, 336 pg.
Read: June 3-5, 2012
Ann Aguirre starts the 4th (or so) chapter by quoting the show, … 209 more words
My sentiments entirely
Standing sturdy, seemingly
The solid earth’s outgrowth.
Arced only to accommodate
The wind’s demands; its will
To torment those you shelter,
Yet, patient ever, bend you still. 40 more words
The Dream Feather
Polly took slow, elegant steps to the front yard, a rush of air following her as the ornately carved indian door closed behind her. She felt a shiver passing through her spine as the temple’s preseence came forward to see her off. 663 more words