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Flash fiction: Parked

It was a Tuesday when Nanette decided to tackle the garden; two days after she had buried her father. She found a box of tools under the sink, the cardboard falling apart and everything inside rusted. 173 more words

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SPOTLIGHT: A Hero for the People: Stories of the Brazilian Backlands by Arthur Powers

Publication Date: May 3, 2013
Publisher: Press 53
Paperback; 190P
ISBN: 978-1935708834

Genre: General Fiction/Literary

A Hero for the People: Stories of the Brazilian Backlands is Arthur Power’s debut collection of short stories set in Contemporary Brazil, where he and his wife lived for almost 30 years. 532 more words


Shepherd’s Winter Part - 29

Ben And Izzy Visit

The day after the blizzard abated Ben and Izzy drove to the cabin on their snow machines.

Shepherd stood on the porch with Pal and Trap. 315 more words

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The Monkey from Moondale

There is a new story in town and it involves two brothers by the name of Chad and Thad. What happens when Thad forgets to bring his homework home leads to something neither of them were expecting on a Saturday morning.

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Book Review: Flings, by Justin Taylor

I haven’t read any of Taylor’s previous books, but Flings was suggested to me, since I enjoy a good short story collection. I wasn’t completely sure what to expect from it, and I tend not to read other reviews/detailed summaries in advance of a book — since I like to form my own opinion along the way. 445 more words

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In Honor of Cal

In Honor of Calvin ‘Cal’ Cooper
Tomorrow I will go to Franklin, Tennessee to share in the service of praise for the life of Bro. Cal, not only was he a Colonel in the United States Air Force, but he also had an earned Doctors Degree, but those who knew him, called him, Bro. 194 more words

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Thursday Thoughts 21.8.14

Who says all human beings are selfish, mean creatures always ready to kill animals that trespass in their world. Ahem… I almost believed that!

I was watching a cute program on national geographic on 12th august, it just turned my heart into marshmallow. 123 more words

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