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I Miss the Girl You Were

I Miss the Girl You Were

I first encountered this prompt on Tumblr. The full prompt is: “I miss the girl you were.” “Many will. She was easier to kill.” The moment I read it, I thought of Cazella and this is the result. . . . He recognized her the moment his eyes fell on her; the woman with the …

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Top Six Prompts from the First Year

Top Six Prompts from the First Year

On the thirty-first of July, 2015, I posted my first ever writing prompt. It kicked off a weekly tradition of taking time to write for myself, for fun, for practice and for personal development. Today I wrote prompt number ninety – hard to believe I’ve done that many! I’ve had a lot of fun responding …

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Blood for the Dead

Blood for the Dead

As I mentioned in my blog post on Monday, where I introduced Azmih and explained some of his history, I wrote this story for a class I took in college. The only requirements for the story was that it be less than ten pages and that it say something about the human condition. My teacher …

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A Fatal Flaw

A Fatal Flaw

I like to write stories for my friends. At the end of last year, I wrote a tribute for a friend who was grieving a lost pet. This story was written for a member of my regular RPG group (the one which spawns all my Dark Space stories). The incident it depicts happened near the …

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Childhood Bliss

Childhood Bliss

A long time ago, I wrote the prologue for what I hope will one day be Rose’s story. I really liked the concept at the time so I’ve kept it squirreled away on my hard drive. You may have noticed that a little while back I went digging and found a bunch of old writing. …

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Mourning the Monster

Mourning the Monster

This is an older scene (you can probably tell by how rough it is), another one I found while poking around on my hard drive. I wrote this for a now defunct super hero-esque role playing forum my husband used to run. There was a long run up of events before this scene, but the …

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