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Howard, no! – A Peggy Carter tale

So after 4500 words on Faeted Tales, I allowed the muse to run with today’s prompt and allowed it to write some Marvel’s Agent Peggy Carter Fan Fiction. Enjoy! Howard, No! “I am not licking that.” “I’ll give you twenty dollars,” Howard offered, stumbling slightly even though he was standing still. “Twenty whole dollars? I […]

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Would you like a Sci Fi story?

So with today’s story writing prompt on Twitter: And with a funny conversation with @SheWhoShipsCS on Twitter yesterday that came from a verbal typo and evolved into a random story idea that she insisted I must write. I got inspired to jot down a few words. What do you think? Should I turn this into […]

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The Bloodied Briar – Part 5

The Power of a Whisper “Sometimes the greatest damage can be done not with an attack but with a whisper.” Nathaniel placed his hand on Briar’s shoulder as she stared in front of her. She recognised the place in front of her, it was Central Park in New York. And she recognised the frozen figure […]

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Her Truth – A Bi-pride story

So because of yesterday’s prompt and because it’s Pride month, I wrote this story. It’s dedicated to everyone who needs to know they are perfect and they are valid. And especially to my friends who I know are struggling right now with identifying bi.  Christine had been carrying around a secret for years. She had […]

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The Sacrifice

Today’s story is a bit special because it’s a gift for @shewhoshipsCS aka @thegreatshipcaptainswan aka Jeannie who is having a Hatchday today. So since I can’t be there, please enjoy this wonderful story written for you. His father’s old rocking chair moved gently back and forth and the motion had put her to sleep. She […]

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We will endure

It seems I have another blog post in me for today. In the wake of the horrible events in Manchester, I have read many articles. One that I read talked about the deliberate targeting of women at the concert, of young women celebrating female empowerment. Targeted due to the misogyny at the heart of the […]

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Brother. Dearest.

You left me here all alone Barely grown And you have gone Leaving me to go on No more picnics No more poems No more smiles No more home I am the last of the family That is it Just me Lonely And crying Part of my heart dying With you not by my side […]

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