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Jigsaw Puzzle, Part Two, by David Cannella
#Mental health The alarm on her phone went off. It was time for medications. She stood up and let theRead more.
Jigsaw Puzzle, Part One, by David Cannella
#Mental health “I’m just trying to do my jigsaw puzzle before it rains anymore” -The Rolling Stones Her close coworkersRead more.
Dirty Bird, by Meg Sefton
#fairy tale #folk tale #literary Katinka was the most efficient housewife in the village. Before the sun had risen overhead,Read more.
Under the Yaquina Bay Bridge, by Steve Carr
#memoir #realistic Sitting on the edge of his bed, using his middle finger Jed slowly pushed apart one by oneRead more.
The Crystal Dragon, Part 9: Qinlings, by Edward King
Some time has passed since our heroes and heroines’ training in Siberia. Out in the world, with Oilberger and SiberiaRead more.
Regressed, by John Jones
Who were you in a past life? Perhaps it's best not to know.Read more.
The Naked Runner, by Jim Herod
“We thought maybe you were the naked runner.” That’s the way Tom greeted me that morning two years ago whenRead more.
The Passage, by Tom J. Perrin
Terrence brought his bike to a halt right at the start of the passage, and looked anxiously down into theRead more.
Glance and Gesture, by Con Chapman
#Humor The professor was droning on about how to read a painting, how you needed to look at the figuresRead more.
The Last Sunset, by Steve Slavin
#new york #realistic 1 Can you remember your favorite sunset? My father had always wanted to see the sun setRead more.
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