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Friday Fiction: The Miracle: One.Three

October 23, 2011 by

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Later when I touch you to the wind, the sky picks up and I let you go softly from my hand. The early autumn surrounds me, trees still holding their leaves and trembling, pausing in the wind before they too, let their dead go. I never wanted you to go, and now I send your […]

Monday Blurb: The Miracle

September 27, 2011 by

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Of course you’ve already seen some of this work, now I thought it’d be a good idea to set the scene of the whole novel. The Miracle has been with me a long time, when as a sixteen year old I decided to invent an eighty year old superhero as my ‘signature’ character. There were three […]

Friday Fiction: The Miracle: Chapter One.Two

September 10, 2011 by

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Mary. I am an old man who remembers. I can see it clearly. From horizon to horizon there is the gold of swaying stalks; the land is flat like the sky, their edges never to meet and stretching away. The smell of grit and earth rubs into my skin and clothing. Then there is the […]

Friday Fiction: The Miracle: Chapter One.One

August 19, 2011 by

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And here’s some more of the Miracle. While I gave you a piece from later in the novel last time (as a better stand alone scene), this is from the very beginning. The chapter is a little longer than the last, so I thought I’d serialise it, as per Bibliotek. If you have thoughts, comments, […]

Fiction Friday: The Miracle at the Fair

July 22, 2011 by

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This is the start of a monthly series, where I’ll be putting up some non-Bibliotek work. Not the whole of any other book, but some tasters. This is from my novel The Miracle. I’ll tell you more about it another time, and let this speak for itself. Hope you like it, and, as per usual, if […]