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Survivor Log 10

Sleep is welcomed, the paranoia is lessening the more sleep I get. I prefer to sleep then to be awake, I don’t have the food or the energy to be awake. 101 more words

Fiction

Say Yes

Zane

The next two days were interesting. Angel had very little time to spend with me. He woke with a phone call and sent me a text when he was free. 1,100 more words

M/m

#WritePhoto – Portal by Ritu

That portal looks dirty,
No, don’t get all flirty
If my shoes get ruined, you’ll pay!”
Said Ken to Barbie ” Oh Babe,
Just trust me please, I pray… 27 more words

Photography

Interview with Catherine Zebrowski

It’s our favorite time of year. If you’re longing to curl up next to a fire with a new book, then we just may have the book for you. 2,175 more words

Fiction

Review: Madhouse: Don't Talk to Strangers by Miguel Estrada

“Don’t talk to strangers.

Faced with his parents’s divorce, eleven-year-old Lucas runs away from his house with the hope that his family will get back together to find him. 273 more words

FFfAW Challenge-Week of December 12, 2017

This week the prompt is provided by Yarnspinnerr.
You can find the challenge details here:
https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/33797404/posts/1696192970

Perhaps it was some form of delicacy,  a deep fried ‘something’ that, to them, resembled withered hands, chicken feet, skulls and knee joints. 95 more words

Challenge

December 12, 2017

Viszlát started with an early Christmas gift two years ago. The gift was a red journal in which I quickly wrote a character study titled “Viejito” or old man. 248 more words

Literature