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The Bookstore…A tiny story

“It’s getting a tad crowded in here, ” she said, looking at all the people around the table. Joey laughed and Bunny smiled at him. The dog wagged his tail and the crow bobbed up and down.  Everyone, it seemed, … Continue reading

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The Bookstore…a Tiny Story

Aside from the occasional grunt, the troll sat quietly and ate several whole cakes.  Bunny smiled at him to show that it was okay to eat as much as he liked. The sisters decided to leave, after agreeing to a … Continue reading

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The Bookstore, A tiny story

The reporter signaled the camera person and three seconds later they were live. “I’m standing in front of a very small bookstore, located between two very large buildings.  There was a lot of trouble here, earlier this evening.  Apparently, the … Continue reading

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The Bookstore…A tiny story

“Their book is fascinating,” she said to the dog.  “The things they did, the places they’ve been, the people they killed.  Amazing.  Listen to this.” she said, reading a few paragraphs out loud.  The dog barked.  “I told you it … Continue reading

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The Bookstore…A tiny story…about fairies, sisters, mayhem and murder

“Bunny,” she said, siting across from the girl.  “I’d like to try something.” “What,” asked Bunny, chewing on William’s ear. “It’s like a game.  You close your eyes and listen to what I say.  Then I ask you some questions … Continue reading

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The Bookstore, A tiny story

“We can talk, if you promise to behave,” she said, staring at the fairy, sitting on the step “You have my word,” he said. “I promise…I will behave.” She walked outside and sat down next to him.  The dog padded … Continue reading

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The Bookstore…A tiny story

“The cat…ate…Fen?”  asked the stunned fairy, staring at the fur ball. “Yes.” “Why?” “Because he wanted to take me away from my family,” said Bunny, stepping in front of Joey.  “No one messes with our family.  Ever.  And if you don’t … Continue reading

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