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Fiction Friday: Into the Wild

“Preparing for takeoff. Batch 11–01 preparing for takeoff.”

Amelie pressed her nose against the glass cage, barely registering as the pilot’s announcement rang in her ears. 915 more words

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Welcome To The Surface World

“It’s today, it’s today, it’s today!”

He sighed as he watched her run around in circles, unable to contain her excitement, to the point where she could no longer sit still. 2,223 more words

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#CleaningHouseNovel Meet the Characters: Dane Gow

Third, in my blog post series about the characters in Cleaning House – An Appalachian Fantasy, comes Dane. She’s a complex individual, and her character arrives late in the story, but she’ll be a major character in the sequel, … 466 more words

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#CleaningHouseNovel Meet the Characters: Exan

Today, I’m starting a new series of blog posts, each concerning a different character from my upcoming novel Cleaning House – An Appalachian Contemporary Fantasy.  This series will be a sneak-peak into the novel’s inner workings, a reader’s glance, if you will, at the characters – all with a spoiler-free-guarantee. 375 more words

Jeanne G'Fellers

Dark Child

By Chong You Zhen

The Dark Child came awake much like how days awaken.

The Dark Child yawned, so wide that he could have swallowed a dozen red supergiants. 2,045 more words

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The Use of Shadows

In the end, he thought it had been rather easy.

Sure, it had taken months for him to pull off his latest heist. Sure, it’d been the most complicated one he’d ever come up with, in theory. 1,506 more words

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Intensity Precedes Creativity. FictionFriday.

Ade had just moved into the big city, Eko-Akete, with the prospect of enjoying the bustling vibes of the city, and his new job opportunity as an intern for a telecom company. 641 more words

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