The soil was dug up, loaded on trains and sent off to the mountains for treatment, then shipped back a few weeks later. “Why not treat it here?” asked one of the hands. 10 more words
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Marty and Pat worked together on the morning shift, guarding the prisoners as they planted in the fields. Pat was being transferred to afternoons at the forge. 69 more words
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Crackin' The WIP
by: Keith M.
Sometimes I feel like writing is something I can understand. Like, not just . . . read written words and understand them . 408 more words
Valery North - Writer
I feel like I haven’t written much about my writing recently.
Right now, I am working on scraping together the details for my next story, which is a sci-fi detective adventure. 849 more words
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Author Catherine Chant
NOTHING STAY THE SAME, Book 2 in my young adult rock ‘n’ roll time travel series will be coming out at the end of this year, so I thought today I’d do a little montage of the inspiration behind the story. 199 more words
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It all started when I heard a rustle within the pile of cut off branches. I didn’t get a good look at what bit me, and a test of the saliva was not conclusive. 41 more words
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The gun has six bullets.
There are only a handful of these guns in the world. Theoretically there was one on each continent at one point, but they could be anywhere now. 60 more words
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