Tag Archives: Life

Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Evelyn of A Christmas Alone

      ***Attention!!!*** This post contains spoilers about my story A Christmas Alone. To find this story, click here.   I sit at Evelyn’s kitchen table with her beside me and open my laptop. “What are you doing?” I … Continue reading

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A Christmas Alone: Part IIII

***Attention!*** For part I of this story, click here, for part II, click here, for part III, click here.   Christmas had come and gone and I still hadn’t replied to Nesbit. His story hung over me like a cold … Continue reading

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A Christmas Alone: Part III

  ***Attention!!!*** Find Part I here, and Part II here.   2 Days Later After another wake-up slash reminder text from my mother, I roll off the couch and set down to my computer. Surely Corporal Nesbit has better things … Continue reading

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My Last Thanksgiving: Part II

***Alert!!*** This post is a prequel to my story Smile. For Part I of that story click here, for Part II click here, and for the Follow-up Character Interview, click here. For Part 1 of My Last Thanksgiving, click here.   3:40 … Continue reading

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My Last Thanksgiving: Part 1

***Attention!!!*** This story is a prequel to my story Smile. If you haven’t read this story yet, click here for part 1, here for part 2, and here for the character interview.   Mommy didn’t know what would happen. Daddy … Continue reading

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The Truth Behind the Story: Only Once

Hello, everyone. Since last week’s story was based on true events (click here to read last week’s story) , I’ve decided instead of posting my usual character interview, I’ll share the true story with you. You see, this story is … Continue reading

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For a Life

Closing my eyes, I inhale. “Count down from 100, Mrs. Oakley,” the surgeon says. “100, 99, 98…” Falling into the arms of the sedative, I realize I, Jannet Oakley, am finally outdoing my sister, Melody. I know that’s a little … Continue reading

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