Monthly Archives: August 2017

6.18: Relief

Finally, a moment to breathe! I know I haven’t written in a while, but things have been totally nuts at work lately. Kelly’s still on maternity leave (only a week left to go though, thank God!) so Simon’s still running … Continue reading

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6.17: Interlude – High

Hey guys! Just a quick heads up that after this chapter, I am going on a brief, one week break until next Wednesday (the 30th) This time, the reason is for 100% practical purposes — I simply was too busy … Continue reading

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6.16: Fearless

If you’d ever told me that being assigned a boring History project would end up making me the happiest I’ve felt in years, I’d probably think you were crazy or on drugs or something. But, well… the past few weeks … Continue reading

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6.15: Interlude – Partners (Part Two)

“Hey, mom?” Harper poked her head uncertainly into the study as she spoke. As she’d predicted, she found her mother working at her computer. Hope normally worked from home on Thursdays, and today was no exception. “What’s up, Pumpkin?” Hope … Continue reading

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6.14: Interlude – Partners (Part One)

The warm afternoon sun spilled in through the window, washing Harper’s face in a pleasant, warm glow. It was a comforting feeling. A relaxing one too. For a few moments, she felt so tempted to put her head down on … Continue reading

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6.13: Drifting

Hey guys! I just wanted to apologize for not replying to anyone’s comments yesterday! That is SO not like me! I was the maid of honor in my best friend’s wedding yesterday (it was incredible) and though I peeked at … Continue reading

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6.12: Backstory

My Papa told me every superhero or supervillain has a backstory. That’s what you call all the stuff that happened to them before the real story starts. It tells the audience how the hero ended up where they are today. Why … Continue reading

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