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Truth, As Strange As Fiction: Bothered, Part 2

Originally posted on Cereal Authors:
 WARNING: violence. Truth, As Strange As Fiction: Bothered, Part 2  by JD Holiday ©May 2018          Shortly after that, I joined a drum and bugle corps. It was a teen group for thirteen to seventeen year olds. My friend this time with Kathy Donahue. Her older brother, Mike…

Sam, A Shaggy Dog Story – Chapter Two – My New Home by Sally Cronin

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
Last time Sam had met his new mistress for the first time at three weeks old and had his first experience of the vet… not without blood being drawn! Chapter Two – My New Home. That was to be the last time I would be with my mother and…

Lazy Sunday Catch Up on My Chestnut Reading Tree

Lazy Sunday Catch Up on My Chestnut Reading Tree

Originally posted on mychestnutreadingtree:
I’m back!!! Did you miss me?! I bet you didn’t even notice I was gone but I’ve not posted any reviews for over 10 days now which has been very strange but I have thoroughly enjoyed my little break! If you don’t know, it was my wedding anniversary last week meaning…

50 Science Fiction Plot Ideas and Writing Prompts – by Bryn Donovan…

50 Science Fiction Plot Ideas and Writing Prompts – by Bryn Donovan…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
One of my most popular blog posts is my 50 Fantasy Plot Ideas and Writing Prompts, so I thought I’d share a companion post for writers of scifi and futuristic short stories and novels. Some of these may be more along the lines of “speculative…

Space Island Anthology (Coming Soon but start thinking about it) A “Winnquippy”

Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT #thriller The Puppet Master by Abigail Osborne @Abigail_Author

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review is from Cathy, she blogs here Cathy has been reading The Puppet Master by Abigail Osborne The story, set out in three parts, beginning in the present day, followed by flashback chapters from the past, before returning again to the present.  Chapters alternate between Billie’s and Adam’s…

Short Story Sunday 217: Oxygen

Rachel Poli             Amelia sat in the waiting room. Her body was slumped over one of the hospital chairs. It was cushioned, but was not at all comfortable. Then again, it may have been because she was sitting there for so long.Her head was bowed down as she felt herself drifting off to sleep. She […]

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