Eight-year-old Arkeda Mothran’s ESL class.
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YOU NEVER REALLY LEAVE HOME BEHIND
It’s James Rochester’s last day in Savannah before leaving for college in Michigan.
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Eight-year-old Arkeda has been on Earth for five weeks but still misses home.
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James really doesn’t like his history professor but at least they’ll never see each other again after this class ends, right?
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A man travels through a blizzard to find a woman he's never met.
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James Rochester has a chance encounter with an alien shapeshifter from Egyptian mythology. Co-author: Chloe Walz
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You think you know the world? You have no idea. Find out what’s coming in Otherworld book 4.
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"We only take the best of the best!" An unnamed narrator has applied to work at a company called Nova. Whether selected for the position or not, the decision will have life-changing repercussions.
A summer camp is looking for a new lead counselor for archery. At the tryouts, Christine thinks she's got the position no problem until a new camper makes an impossible shot.
This is the first of three flash fiction stories. The other two will be included in future books.
Julia invited Eric Brooks to Helen's Halloween party. Without Helen's permission. If it had been anyone else she wouldn't have minded, but there's a problem. Eric isn't there for the party. He needs help from Helen, the only person who knows his secret.
This is being expanded into a larger story, Anathema. While this scene will be included, there will be changes. You can still read this flash fiction story on its own, though it won't tell you much about what's coming in Anathema!
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National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, is an annual writing challenge that takes place every November. The goal is to write a 50,000-word novel in thirty days. Because of the massive amount of time required for that, some writers choose instead to do a thirty days of flash fiction challenge. Each day in November has a different writing prompt, which is used to write a flash fiction story. This is what I did for NaNoWriMo 2020. You can read my daily flash writings for free by clicking the button below. Several are related to Otherworld or other stories.
Please note: there are a few days that I have chosen not to release. This is usually because that flash fiction story will be incorporated into one of my larger manuscripts.
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