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The Donut Experiment | Anna Maria, FL

Do you ever have to, I don’t know, recalibrate your grip on reality?

My head’s pressed into the window, and the disrepair of the road rattles my head against the glass. 975 more words

Yelp

T'kk'tck's tale.

The smooth table surface was fascinating.  His fingers drummed a beat over and over again as he waited.  There were lines drawn in hypnotic circles around but he couldn’t feel any edges, or bumps or sign the table was anything other than a perfectly smooth plane.  685 more words

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OWONGO'S GENERAL ELECTION

OWONGO’S GENERAL ELECTION

As many of you may be aware, Owongo was a distant ancestor of mine, living early in the Old Stone Age, though he didn’t call it that. 771 more words

Fiction

Awake

Drip
Drip
Drip

He shuffled in the bed. A calculated shuffle; just wiggly enough and just noisy enough to wake his sleeping partner.

“Are you awake?” he whispered. 96 more words

Writing

Eliminating Distractions

So, I finally managed to finish editing my first fictional novella, and now it’s ready to be sent out for e-book consumption. It turns out that the whole story had to be re-read and edited many, many times in order to get things moving along nice and smoothly. 247 more words

Tinfoil Mother & Child Reunion -part 82

Ormond Beach, Florida
05/08/15

    After giving her deposition to Jake Bryan and Sandy had explored two of the inexpensive attractions in Orlando, first taking a leisurely stroll around Lake Eola during the late morning and then heading over to the City Art’s Factory just after lunch. 1,401 more words

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