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2Your own death, and how to cope with it » by Nausikaa "Only the week before, Laura's therapist had suggested that she try looking at herself from another angle. Get a new perspective, he said. As she looked down at her dead body, Laura still thought this was bullshit."
Fiction: Fantasy, T, English, Fantasy & Tragedy, chapters: 2, words: 5k+, favs: 1, follows: 1, updated: 3/29/2013 published: 3/28/2013
1 On Duty by Fortescue A park, a haircut and a meeting with Death.
Fiction: Fantasy, K+, English, Spiritual, words: 832, favs: 2, follows: 1, 3/27/2013
3 How to Make a Cup of Coffee by Decidedly Undecided A step-by-step guide for those prone to caffeine addiction and spontaneous bouts of contemplation. Rated T for excessive introspection and references to stimulants.
Fiction: General, T, English, Parody, words: 421, favs: 6, follows: 1, 7/21/2011
2 White Rice by Wai-Jing Waraugh A brief meeting with a Chinese boy in a hospital cafeteria. He tells a story about someone he lost... but that person may not be quite as 'lost' as they seem...
Fiction: Supernatural, K, English, Drama & Spiritual, words: 1k+, favs: 2, 6/19/2009
3The Tale of Mr Bellamy by Decidedly Undecided Mr. Bellamy's greatest wish in life was to visit the city. The problem: he was a scarecrow. However, the lonely little crop prop came to learn that sometimes, good things do come to those who have faith in their dreams.
Fiction: Fantasy, K+, English, words: 661, favs: 2, 6/4/2009
37 How to Write a Fictionpress Summary by The Mumbling Sage In this essay, I explain how a summary can draw the most attention with the most relevant and interesting information about your story. You can use up to 255 characters in your summary-make them count!
Fiction: Essay, K, English, words: 1k+, favs: 24, 3/29/2007
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