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Aurora Lee lives and works in beautiful Nova Scotia Canada, an area from which she’s able to draw so much inspiration. A self-labeled Geek Girl who loves learning, history and Star Wars; she’s also an avid traveler and photographer, in addition to being a writer of fiction.
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“What’s that?” “This is my costume. I’m Super Andy!” “Well, hello, Super Andy. It’s nice to meet you. What is your special power?” “Ummm… eating cookies!” “Well, you’re definitely good at that. But we don’t have any. Where will you find some?” “There’s lots at my secret fortress.” “Oh, that sounds interesting. Can I come [...]
Once upon a time, I was a princess, living in Camelot with Prince Charming. Okay, so the metaphors are all messed up, but you get the point. That’s how I felt – life was perfect. Everything was perfect and the future – our future – seemed so perfect. But fairy tales aren’t real and I [...]
She awoke at dusk in a field of daisies. Stars winked into existence as she lay there for a moment watching the sky. Finally, she sat up and looked around her. The field seemed to go on forever and in the fading light, she saw the flowers dance in the warm, summer evening breeze. It [...]
(Previously) Was it a coincidence that all of this seemed to be on her mind so much tonight, because no matter how hard she tried, she just couldn’t shake the thoughts. The whole world seemed to suddenly narrow for her; there was just her and time seems to stop. It’s scary; what she sees before [...]
(Previously) He stared at the body in horror. It was just for a moment, after he had spoken, and somehow she knew that it was not the crime scene that brought the reaction; it was continuing on with their farce of a date. It was too bad her plans were being derailed almost before they [...]
“You look great, and yeah, you’re worth a million bucks.” She grinned at the compliments. She hadn’t been fishing for them. Well, not really, just mentioned that she’d bought a new dress. She didn’t buy things for herself very often; there were more important things: food, rent, clothes and toys for the children, his internet. [...]
I had watched them quarrel through the window. I had watched them more times than I could count. I couldn’t help it; the window over my sink looked into their kitchen. It seemed to be their favourite place to fight. Perhaps it was because there were plenty of dishes for them both to break in [...]
Written: 12 November Rating: PG13 Word Count: 619 Summary: The perfect day goes horribly wrong Comment: This is my response to the Moonlight Mini Madness Challenge #1 The Challenge: Title: “Picking Up the Pieces” by Bank1115 Starting Paragraph: by francis “She ran out of reasons to stay inside. It was way too early but she [...]