[nnwm15] After Ryan’s apology, the group eventually returned to their discussion of summer camps. Mara hadn’t ever been to one, in fact, she’d never participated in any non-mandatory activity. Her parents sent her to school, but they never had much interest in sending her elsewhere. She told the group of the trips to the… Continue reading Chapter 25: The Coma
[nnwm15] They’re all staring at me Mara sat about 20 feet away from the rest of the group. It had been a tiring few hours with them. She’d learned all about their past, while successfully keeping them away from her’s. The boy had come back, and she learned his name was Ryan. He looked… Continue reading Chapter 15: The Sins of the Father
[nnwm15] Where am I? Am I finally done? Is it all over? Sara Beth remembered a day years ago before she met Julie, back when it was just her and her parents, living far out in the country before they moved closer to the city. It was sunny, and warm, likely the first warm… Continue reading Chapter 13: Unidentified Flying Object
[nnwm15] Sara Beth sat in the corner of the room crying, alternating from light sniffles to harder sobs as she tried harder and harder to tuck herself into a ball. She wanted to block out the whole world, and while successful in doing that, she wasn’t very successful in calming herself down. She never had… Continue reading Chapter 4: Sara Beth
[nnwm15] Mrs. Corum sat for a long time while G-ma happily air knitted. Finally she’d had enough. “You know, I would have taken a nap to escape this, by now”, she said. G-ma looked up from her knitting. “Funny how we realize that a lot of the time we spent napping, or eating, or any… Continue reading Chapter 3: Similarities
Anna sat up in the bed and yawned. She hadn’t meant to fall asleep, but lying there sleep had taken hold. It was dark out now, the afternoon sun fading into darkness. She felt groggy, and disoriented from her unexpected slumber. She staggered over to her desk and sat down across from her laptop, still… Continue reading #54 Waking Up
“Ouch! That burned a bit”, Amiee said as she felt a warm heat on the back of her neck. “What was that”, she asked her friend Mary. “Dragonfly, probably”, Mary responded. “Sometimes their fire breath gets a bit intense!”. About an hour earlier, Amiee had walked along minding her own business when a rock appeared… Continue reading #34 A Literal World
This morning I had to pick up a vehicle from the mechanics and while it was raining and around 50 degrees out I had the wild idea to walk up there (Rather than drive up and pay, then pick up the car tomorrow). So I put on my earbuds (attached to my Zune) and my… Continue reading A Long Walk
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