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Knock, knock, may I come in?

What do we say when we meet a person without actually saying it? We say, “explain your life to me”, and then we wait. We wait to see if the open up, and of how much they open up is painting a picture of how they live- giving us other characters to place in their narrative- leaving us with the understanding that they… are… open.; or is it shallow such as the weather and the information a DMV would ask for; is it asleep, as not to connect words to heat or eyes to purpose; Is it closed off, with the perception that you won’t get in, to be trusted, without time and being part of an inner circle that is all too an illusion of how to enter. 19 more words

Day 133, Surprising News - Epona Spoiler Alert

My Little Sweetie

ALBERTA!! Talk to me!! What is it, sweetness? Have you eaten too many flies? I told you not to eat too many all in one go!

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Story Quests

Um...I hear footsteps!

Wonder who that is coming down the hallway? Hope you had a good day today! Love, Tyler xo

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Knock! Knock! Who's There?

Life comes from the inside and goes outward.  

Babies grow in the womb.   Then Life inside comes out.

Chicks grow inside the egg.  Then Life inside comes out. 320 more words

Jesus

Win a Werewolf Goody Bag!

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Maria Lewis’ debut novel Who’s There? is an enjoyable new look at the werewolf legend, and thanks to those kind people at Piatkus, we have a special goody bag to give away to one lucky reader of Sci-Fi Bulletin… 203 more words

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Win a Werewolf Goody Bag!

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED AND THE WINNER HAS BEEN NOTIFIED

Maria Lewis’ debut novel Who’s There? is an enjoyable new look at the werewolf legend, and thanks to those kind people at Piatkus, we have a special goody bag to give away to one lucky reader of Sci-Fi Bulletin… 203 more words

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Who's There? review

By Paul Downey

I must a admit that after the first minute or so of Who’s There, I was drawing parrarels between that and another short I had seen previously called Cynthia (also reviewed on the site too). 131 more words