“She’s a lion, definitely. Or no, wait, maybe a jaguar,” whispers Trae under his breath to Mhark next to him. “Don’t be stupid, only celebrities and the insanely rich can afford exotic Ani-minds.” “I bet she’s a python,” Ash sits on the other side of Mhark and chimes in on their hushed conversation. The three … Continue reading Ani-Mind (Short Story – 100 Prompts)
"You aren't supposed to answer violence with more violence but sometimes I think violence is the only answer." - Sadie 4.5/5 (Spoiler-free review below) After the brutal death of her younger sister, Mattie, nineteen year old Sadie sets out on a revenge mission to find and punish the man responsible. The book is told in … Continue reading Book Review – Sadie by Courtney Summers
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"They say this is the boy's bike..." It certainly looked old enough to fit the legend. Every inch of the frame was rusted metal and bulky, nothing like the streamlined road bikes which they all straddled. The relic rested haphazardly against a long forgotten wooden fence post that at one time marked the edge of … Continue reading They Say… (Short Story – 100 Prompts)
Catch up on the story here Warmth. Something soft beneath me. A crackling fire. Tripp’s voice nearby, groggy, saying “what... what happened?” A scuffling sound. Cool hands pressing against my arm, my face. “Maggie? Maggie wake up.” My eyelids are so heavy and I feel so comfy. I don’t want to wake up. “What did you … Continue reading They’re Just Like Us (The Finale)
Catch up on the story here Leaves and twigs crunch under our feet as we snake our way through the forest at sundown the next day. We met at one of the trail parking lots and left the cars there, heading deep into the forest, leaving the trails far behind us. The barely-there crescent moon peeked … Continue reading They’re Just Like Us (Part 7)
Catch up on the story here It’s too early in the morning and the low hanging sun is reflecting orange off the lake when I pull into one of the many parking lots that are stationed along the wooden walking path. The clock on my dash reads 6:59, one minute before Tripp told me to meet … Continue reading They’re Just Like Us (Part 6)