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The beauty of age and its swift fade.
“I love her, you know.” “Everyone loves her.” “But, yeah. I mean really.” “Well…..” “No, really.” “She’s a nice girl. But c’mon. You’re too young. She’s too young.” “Doesn’t mean it isn’t real, Efrim.” “Well don’t tell her. She’ll get all upset.” “Why?” “Just because. You don’t know, David. She’s… flighty. She gets these bigContinue reading “Romantic ideas”
Things changed. Big changes, the kind that could challenge their faith. There was ignorance in childhood, but also innocence. It was their shield. Even cruelties abided by faith. You could be struck, but it did not break you. You could cry, but it would not ruin you. You could be bullied, but it did not stopContinue reading “Faith in innocence”
Elani was the most gifted of us, but it was hard to watch her subtract herself from happiness. She was the good girl, the kind girl, the quiet girl who leaned into the shade of a river birch while others swung from ropes and imprinted the water with their thrashing bodies. She was not destinedContinue reading “Elani”
Originally posted on I Read Encyclopedias for Fun:
Andy Weir’s The Martian is one of those success stories that indie authors love to hear about, or rather, would love to happen to them. You see, Andy Weir started out by posting chapters of The Martian on his blog for anyone to read for free. He…
Originally posted on Myths of the Mirror:
I just finished this book and sit here collecting my thoughts. From the first page, I knew I had happened on something special, something that would sweep me into the otherworld offered by a talented author and his beautifully written book. The story is grim, about the dying…
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Originally posted on Ordinary Handsome:
My first blog, my first Twitter account, my second or third Facebook account. It’s work. I admit it. I’m a man from an earlier era, a pre-facetwit time when telephones had dials and digital meant you just got a cool new wristwatch for your birthday and it glowed in the…