Tag Archives: Faeries

Needing To Worry

Harrison hated the country. There wasn’t a Starbuck’s for miles. He got stuck hanging out with his wife’s sister’s husband, Ty, on their Virginia ranch. Ty pointed at some sliced logs. “Faeries were partying last night.” “The proper term is … Continue reading

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Spelling Errors

Pete and friend Zach explored the new neighborhood. Already, they discovered “issues.” The house on the corner displayed a rainbow of color. Scowling, Pete knocked on the bright blue door. Adu opened the door. Flowers dotted his long hair and … Continue reading

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Rebuilding – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story about reconstruction begins after the photo. Genre: Urban Fantasy/Humor Rebuilding Tiki stood before the abandoned apartment building, arms akimbo. “It’ll take a lot of work.” Lita groaned. “Is it that bad?” “I’m afraid … Continue reading

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