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StoryAn Outing: Part Two HarryC167 months 1 week ago
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StoryThe Shopper (Part 2. Not much left to read..) New edit penelopecreighton68 months 1 week ago
StoryThe Shopper (Part 1) New edit penelopecreighton18 months 1 week ago
StoryThe grandmother penelopecreighton99 months 1 week ago
StoryThe Dirty Christmas Kiss Jane Hyphen169 months 1 week ago
StorySass (Part 2) HarryC89 months 3 weeks ago
CollectionThe violent slumber of women. penelopecreighton010 months 1 week ago
StoryThe Dancer penelopecreighton210 months 1 week ago

My stories

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The Castle Shakes

I'd be interested to know if anyone thinks I could I make a longer story and reveal more about these characters? Any other comments gratefully recieved. Thanks for reading.
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The grandmother

It's a well-worn concept, but I needed to get down my version for some reason. It started as a differemt story, meant to fit in my collection, but ended up as this instead.
Cherry

The Shopper (Part 2. Not much left to read..) New edit

It was nothing. A film of static and streaked images. The woman waited in vain for something to see, for something to make sense. It was definitely...
Cherry

The Shopper (Part 1) New edit

A re-edit of the previously published story. Have you ever gone out looking for the 'shopper's high'? How many unsatisfied women have searched for that amazing new thing that promises to transform them, in just one easy passing of coin across palm? This is no cosy Christmas excursion. What does the woman really want and who is the stranger? What is the difference between the woman and the stranger? In two parts due to word count limit. Please read the second part too!

The Dancer

A modern fairytale. The girl waits for the man she knows isn't coming.

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I found this surprisingly

Posted on Mon, 12 Nov 2018

I found this surprisingly moving. A very convincing character.

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