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Friday Night Drabble Party!

Welcome to the Party!

Time for more free drabble fiction for your reading pleasure! READING PLEASURE! (Sorry I yelled, I’m just so damn excited! …no reason, it’s just a good Friday)

Sticking with the Twister saga. I’ll probably wrap it up in the next few weeks. I can see an end soon.

So pour some wine, grab a beer, make some popcorn and kick back for “Fever”.

Enjoy!

Fever

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Disclaimer: I’m not telling.

Friday Night Drabble Party!

Another Friday, another week down!

Must be time to have a Drabble Party!

Tonight’s drabble is, “Spiked” and it continues the serialized story I am creating on the fly. Honestly, I don’t even think of this story until I sit down to write first thing Friday morning. It’s been kinda fun to just go with it.

So kick back and get yourself a nice, warm drink (it’s zero here in Appalachia!) and enjoy!

Cheers!

Spiked

Disclaimer: Still suitable for pretty much all ages. I’ll let you know if it takes a turn towards the explicit. I don’t think it will.

Friday Night Drabble Party!

Burrrrr!

It’s a cold Party tonight! We have snow and wind and snow and some more wind. Welcome to winter in the Appalachians!

I guess the weather has certainly influenced my drabbles lately. Tonight’s is no different.

Welcome to part four, “Mudlub”.

Mudlub

Enjoy!

Disclaimer: Ain’t no nasty language. No graphic violence (yet). Read away!

Friday Night Drabble Party!

Well it’s a New Year’s Eve edition of the Party!

While you are reading this I’ll be partying down with the Avett Brothers here in Asheville! Hells yeah! (Okay I won’t be partying with them, but I’ll be at the concert)

Like I said the past couple weeks I am trying a serialized story for the Party.

Here is part three, “Willow”.

Willow

Enjoy!

Disclaimer: Still have no idea where this is going. I do plan on keeping it “clean” though. May not be child appropriate, but certainly should be YA appropriate.

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