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At The Bottom Of The Ocean
‘Where is he?’ Keisha cocked her head to the side, her arms folded as she examined Kai’s face. Normally, she would be relieved when her big brother was here; he always knew what to do in crisis situations. But she knew, just like the rest of the family, that there was no coming back from this.
Book Of Answers
The lights blinded her as Arthur’s red pickup truck rounded the corner and parked on the flat drive. She waited in the living room, a bag packed and her nephew waiting. She had called him at half-past five, asking if she could stay the week. She didn't tell him about the lottery win, or that she was leaving her marriage.
Mateo Santiago had only lived in the village on the outskirts of Colorado for a month, working as a part-time cleaner for the local church because he preferred the company of the dead to the living. But despite his best efforts to hide, the living had found him and were making their demands. He didn’t understand how they could ask such things of him when they didn't even know his name.
We Tell No One
‘Richard?’ Malcolm’s voice broke through the static, forcing Richard to look up like a deer in the headlights. It was laughable, how much of the therapist stereotype Malcolm looked, dressed in his army-green cardigan, disheveled black curls peppered with grey, and slumped shoulders that carried the weight of everyone’s demons and denials.
8 Easy Steps To Write Faster And Get More Done
An hour has passed and you’ve only written one hundred words. Most of that hour has been spent staring blankly at the screen and erasing whatever you’ve written. You’re now left with one hundred words, which will probably turn into eighty once you’ve edited the paragraph. You sit there, frustrated with the slowness, wishing you could have got a lot more done in that hour.