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Blackfeather – Chapter Eight

The car park was almost full, but she managed to find a bay in which to leave the Beetle. Music blared from the open doorway of the pub opposite where a couple of smokers huddled against the wall. They shivered

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Blackfeather – Chapter Nine

Kate’s head was spinning and she hadn’t even had a drink. The car seemed to fly home, hardly touching the road, and she floated into the house and up the stairs to bed, wriggled down into a comfortable spot and

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Blackfeather – Chapter Ten

The adrenalin rush subsided and gave way to tears. She knew she should call the police, but tell them what? A guy she’d met in a bar had put some kind of spell on her, made her fall in love

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A Symphony of Synchronicity

Name of Web-Serial: A Symphony of Synchronicity Posting Schedule:  Bi-monthly on the 7th & 22nd Post Minimum: 500 Words Genres: Fantasy w/Shades of Other Genres (See Below) Graphic Elements: Minor Language, Minor Violence Summary: A Symphony of Synchronicity is a contemporary fantasy series comprised

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Unmoving: Chapter Two

∼∞∼ The last vapors of anxiety disappeared in the fresh air. Breathing deeply of the crisp autumn scents, I headed to my favorite place in the city — the waterfront. The river that ran through the heart of Portland was

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Unmoving: Chapter Three

∼∞∼ I scanned the distant patrons of the park, searching for her misshapen hat and baggy, drab clothing.  Finding nothing but the usual mix of brightly colored spandex and fashionably layered earth-tones, I turned my gaze to the shadows, peering

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Unmoving: Chapter Four

∼∞∼ I dropped the chunk of shoe like a hot coal, heard it clatter against the ground as it rolled under the bench, and started desperately yanking on my feet. Panic had completely taken over; hysteria was just around the

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Unmoving: Chapter Five

∼∞∼ I still didn’t understand exactly what was happening. But it was obvious that I would soon be completely stone. And that somehow, the homeless woman was responsible. Nine-one-one had been a dead end, my plight so unbelievable that calling back

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Unmoving: Chapter Six

∼∞∼ Emotionally spent, I slumped against the back of the bench, staring limply at the brackish water. I didn’t blame the other patrons for not rushing to my aid. I wouldn’t have either. I’d never gone out of my way

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Unmoving: Chapter Seven

∼∞∼ I felt cheated. I had watched the sun eventually dip behind the few skyscrapers Portland had to offer, throwing my bench into the shadows of oncoming night as the stone slowly made its way up to my chest. I

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