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I was six when Nana first rescued me from the mundane world of the concrete. Other kids got their stories about fairies from Peter Pan and Fern Gully. I got mine from the nasturtium in Nana’s garden. Nana died when … Continue reading
“Better to be slapped with the truth than kissed with a lie.” ~ Russian Proverb I hate the sight of blood. It makes me nauseous, so … Continue reading
“What kind samwich is Tufi make for you?” asked the small man behind the counter. “Whatever is, I make it for you best in all the world!” I held back a giggle. He wasn’t more than a few inches taller … Continue reading
Yvette Duvalier strolled peacefully between the narrow rows of small grey houses toward Rue Principale. The brick borders of their frames and doors were as grey as the plaster. The avenue was quiet and empty in the dim early morning … Continue reading
On a night not unlike any other, dark dread and a cold need drove two complete strangers on a single path to destiny. One pushed on through the darkness in doubt and agitated fear, while the other lurked there in … Continue reading
The roar of the engine was something unholy. It wasn’t particularly loud; it just caught my attention, as if it had reached inside me and was trying to snatch a part of my soul. I was drawn to the sound … Continue reading
Why am I telling you this? I don’t know. Maybe it’s something you’ll find interesting. No one alive really understands what it’s like to be dead, right? I’ve been dead since 1984, though you wouldn’t know it to look at … Continue reading
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