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What I did when you weren't looking - Week of 03-13-16

What I did when you weren't looking - Week of 03-13-16

It was a week of short stories and longing looks. 


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[New Flash Fiction!] Knotwork - A Long Land Tale

Here's a bit of Sawyer Jackson-related flash fiction to brighten your day!

NOTE: The events of this story take place years before Sawyer Jackson and the Long Land. Enjoy a little youthful Gram & Gramps adventure!


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A Container in the Woods

It never occurred to me to ask how a cargo container ended up in the middle of the woods, 10 miles or so from an actual train track. The trees surrounding it were thick and tall, and pressing in from all sides. There was clearance for the door to slide open, but you couldn't walk around the perimeter of the container without detouring around various trees. That should have seemed odd.

But then, I was twelve.


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