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October 30th, 1938

Rob and Genie cuddled on the couch watching the news after a long day at work. After several stores, Genie said, “The world’s going to hell, ya know? And with all this fake news everywhere, I don’t know who to … Continue reading

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A Tale of True Hallowe’en Horror

Hallowe’en was only three days away. Kyle didn’t get invited to many parties, so when he received an invitation to Dahlia and Mark’s neighborhood costume party he was anxious. He was supposed to come as his favorite heroic character. Kyle … Continue reading

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