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Henry…a short story about a mouse.

Henry was voted most wonderful, all-around mouse, in his school.  His reaction was one of great embarrassment.  Henry, it seemed, didn’t feel wonderful, or all-around, in any way, shape or form.  Henry, felt like a regular, everyday mouse.  He didn’t … Continue reading

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A man, a bookstore, fairies, a mouse, a cat and bunch of pissed off angels…Part 9 Finis

The angels dropped from the sky like gigantic white birds. “Oh, crap,” said the cat. The fairies and some of the Fallen rose to meet them.  The front door of the bookstore slammed open and pages flew into the street, … Continue reading

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A man, a bookstore, fairies, a mouse, a cat and an angel war…part 8

The man opened the front door of the shop and stepped outside.  A deafening roar immediately filled the air.  The man was shocked.  The fairies fluttered around him, landing on his shoulders and taking off again.  The cat sat by … Continue reading

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A man, a bookstore, fairies, a mouse, a cat and angels too…part 7

The cat was napping, a fairy tucked safely between his front legs. “Are we going to be okay?” asked Henry. The man smiled at her.  “Being okay is a somewhat false concept.  Okay is a momentary thing. But I understand … Continue reading

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A man, a bookstore, fairies, a mouse and a cat…oh and bad angels too…part 6

“Wait,” said Henry.  “Flaming swords?” “Yes,” said the cat.  Flaming swords of righteousness.” “But they’re not righteous,” said a fairy.  “They are the bad guys.” “That’s true,” said the cat.  “They kill anyone who isn’t like them.” “Um” said Henry, … Continue reading

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A man, a bookstore, fairies, a mouse, a cat and I’m not sure who else will show up…a short story…part 1

Photo:  Pixabay The man turned the OPEN sign around, pulled the shade, and closed the bookstore for the night.  Then he made his way to the stairs that led to his rooms above the shop. “Goodnight my loves,” he said … Continue reading

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