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She knew the moment she drank the last of his blood, there would be no turning back. Death would never come. And she would be with him forever… just like she always wanted. She would feel love and warmth, and … Continue reading
partners in crime. “Thanks for coming.” “You know I’m always here for you.” “But this… it’s asking a lot.” “I know you’d do the same for me. Now, come on. Help me get this into the hole.” “Are we good?” … Continue reading
She removed every last stitch of clothing from her body and pulled on his shirt. She felt surrounded by him. Pausing for a moment, her eyes fell to her toothbrush standing in the glass by the sink. Beside his. There … Continue reading
So sorry I haven’t been keeping up with my fiction friday posts… I guess I’ve had a lot on my mind. Too much. Too much reality, anyway. So here’s a little something… (very little…) She slowly ran a finger over … Continue reading
A scene adapted from yet another of my much longer pieces… one that has no end. It may never end… I don’t think I want it to. It’s my escape…
A little piece of a little piece posted last April. Taken from a longer story I originally wrote in 2002.
I never posted a ‘fiction friday’ last week… so I’ve been feeling a bit guilty for that. I hate when I miss them. This was previously posted last February. I think it will be new to many of you… unless … Continue reading