Month: May 2017

Week 33 – Slamming doors and broken glass

Slamming doors and broken glass. It could mean only one thing. Her little munchkins were at it again. Why did her kids think they could build a plane that could really fly? This was the third window they’d broken this

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Week 32 – Tomato soup, naturally

She felt so bad. Her head pounded, she ached all over, her stomach churned. She had already thrown up several times. She was cold. So cold. She couldn’t stop shivering. The door opened. The rush of cold air that accompanied

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Week 31 – Two can play this game

She stared her opponent in the eye. She was not going to lose. No way, no how. She was going to come out victorious if it killed her. “Two can play this game,” she muttered. “Roll over,” she said firmly

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Week 30 – Watch him die

As the blade pierced his groin his eyes grew wide with surprise. He hadn’t seen it coming. Neither had she. To read the rest of this scene simply subscribe to my newsletter and receive a free copy of my subscriber

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Week 29 – If you only knew

It felt like someone was hammering nails into her skull. Angel woke slowly. She felt groggy and disoriented, and the world was shimmering in and out of focus. To read the rest of this scene simply subscribe to my newsletter

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