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They were shocked to see me walk out of the morgue…

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Wingardium Leviosa, the levitation charm which Hermione sweetly enunciates in the Philosopher’s Stone after repeated failures of Ron to lift a feather, is reminiscent not only of our childhood, but of how our beloved novelist, JK Rowling, raised herself from living on state benefits to being a multi-millionaire. 606 more words

Muses

Mid-Week Muses: "We Saved a Cat"

A weekly compilation of collected microfictions composed by yours truly. If your time is short, these are shorter!

The slave girl was mute
but literate, a librarian
silenced by barbaric
surgery. 142 more words
Writing

Listening to Roxane Gay on a Tuesday Night

There are so many things in Roxane Gay’s writing that I identify with, and that I am inspired by. I just now finished listening to City Arts and Lectures on NPR, a recording of when she was interviewed back in February, at the Nourse Theater in San Francisco. 746 more words

Writing

The Need to Write

WRITING – Yep I do this sometimes.  Mainly when I am bored to tears or my fingers just take off and flow over the keyboard.  Why write?   371 more words

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Writing Paranormal by the Seat of My Pants!

*Michael Mandrake is the male muse of author Sharita Lira*

Greetings readers. Thanks you Scott at QRI for letting me share my thoughts with you about…well everything. 603 more words

Writing

The Cinnamon Peeler

My heart melts

Thinking of you

And what a silly Gravatar

Tends to do…

To women who I’ll never meet but will always have in my heart, if not my soul…

Poetry