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Today I returned to the characters from The Becoming. The Stand, no relation to the King novel, is 659 words. Here’s a bit from the opening: The dog’s howls were the first sign. Any minute Annara would hear the second–their … Continue reading
Story #2 is complete! I wrote more flash fiction today (667 words). This story centers around characters from a novel I’ve been playing with for the last couple of years. I say playing because I haven’t committed myself to writing … Continue reading
We close our eyes and dream of a world without pain. Without them. But without them we have no purpose. We exist because they survive.
The dogs were a gift, left on a porch two summers ago. They fought alongside us. When they fell we fought for their memory.