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Disappear – Snippet

There were times when Lila just wanted to throw up her hands in defeat, turn and then stomp away, but in the end, she never could bring herself to do it. This was supposed to be more, but I got … Continue reading

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Always

It’s not like I have a choice.   There is always a choice when dealing with your life, it is less what you can choose to do and more which consequences you would rather live with. You don’t get to … Continue reading

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Wait For It…

It didn’t seem to matter how long something took to happen, the point was that it happened. You just had to wait for it. Of course, that wasn’t all of it. Oh no, that would be too easy. What you … Continue reading

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Mischief Uncurbed

She frowned at the devious smile in front of her. “No.” The smile widened. “No.” The smile started to turn into a smirk which underscored the deviousness of it all the more. “No!” The venomous quality of the final shout … Continue reading

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Glinting Coldly

She glared at me through misty eyes, “I don’t even know if you’re alive in there or some horrible golem placed here on earth to trick and deceive me!” He said nothing as she hurled her words at him, dripping … Continue reading

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Extended Family

Mary didn’t talk about any extended family when she started dating Warren other than her older brother, Alex. As he didn’t have all that many relatives either, he didn’t find it odd that he was never introduced to any parents, … Continue reading

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Petrichor

Mary smiled as she leaned her head up against Warren’s shoulder, allowing him to lead them slowly across the dance floor. It was a small ceremony followed by an even smaller reception. Neither of them really had family. Well, that … Continue reading

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