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The Hudsucker Proxy – Friday Fictioneers – March 31, 2016

The world below looked like a toy world.  Toy cars, miniature people, even the sounds that drifted up to me seemed somehow make-believe.  Hard to believe that just twenty-four hours before I’d been walking through the country-side of Indiana … a … Continue reading

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A Sunny Cafe – Flash Fiction – January 4, 2016

The sun streamed into the brightly decorated cafe at the train station. This obscene happiness should be banned, Judith thought.  Today of all days should have been grey, cold and rainy. Their son came into the cafe and headed straight … Continue reading

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