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Fiction Friday 10/7/2016

Hello and welcome to Fiction Friday, where I share some of my writing. This week’s post is a response to Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie  prompt Tale Weaver # 88 Talisman, October 6, 2016.


Katie pushed the door open and floated down  the steps, bypassing sweaty bodies. Soon she stepped in to the street to avoid the throng of people. Horns honked at her but she didn’t care; she was free from her 1-4 Friday lab. It was a beautiful fucking day and she was going to enjoy it.

“Hey Katie!” Someone called. She didn’t bother turning around to be bothered by someone from the building she’d just left. She was too eager to get away.

Soon enough she heard footsteps running towards her. She turned to see Graysen, an averaged height kid from her senior class who had dark hair with eyes to match his name, wearing jeans, a 3-button t-shirt, and Converses that matched his eyes. On top of that he wore circle glasses and carried a little pouch of necessities like hand sanitizer, tissues, first aid supplies, and Benedryll. It was kind of eerie and otherwordly to take him all in. She’s had classes with him since they first started school as kids.

“Hey, Katie, I’m glad I was able to catch you before you took off,” he said, smiling.

“Lucky you,” she mumbled, looking irritated. Just what she needed: someone to pester her on this gorgeous day. Continue reading Fiction Friday 10/7/2016

Thursday Thoughts

Armstrong The Bone Collector - Original by iClassicalCom, on FlickrI have finished The Bone Collector! When I picked up from where I left off last week  the suspense really started to amp up. The victims the murderer kidnapped were a mother and daughter, which raised the stakes. But with Lincoln Rhyme on the case the perp had no chance. If you only watch the movie you really miss out on the depth of the relationship between Lincoln and Amelia that added to the suspense and anticipation of what would happen next. The ending was completely different from the movie, which is the movies loss. To put it plainly, the movie is a simplistic version of the book with some plot changes.
Check out how I rated the book below:

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Beautiful Images

Photos: Alex Markovich. Camera: SONY DSC-R1. October 2013. Dear poets, writers, artists and all creative people! Feel free to use any pictures on your social networks, sites, blogs, etc. If you need a larger image to be published offline, please let me know and I will send you the original file. I appreciate if you share this blog […]

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