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Do you Dream in Black and White?

Do you Dream in Black and White?

By Sammie Oliver

Mikhail awoke in the darkness of his room to the sound of quiet voices swimming around him. His eyes moved about the room searching for familiarity, searching for the source of the disembodied speakers.

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The Most beautiful Thing in the World

The Most beautiful Thing in the World

By Graeme Turner

I have to admit I am a little surprised that Phil doesn’t see it. He just doesn’t appreciate what’s different about Jessica. Of course it’s not the name. I’m very proud of Jessica. Isn’t that what mothers in particular are supposed to be?

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Fluttering with Fear

Fluttering with Fear

by Scout Micallef

‘Are you sure we should still go to the zoo today?’ a friend asked, obviously hoping that I’d decline and opt for a movie day indoors, where we would be warm, drinking hot chocolate in front of the television. ‘Of course,’ I replied stupefied,

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The Wolf

The Wolf

By Simon J Green

Larissa was polite. As a marketing manager working with external suppliers, she needed open body language. An even, patient tone. Allowing Marcus to put forward his ideas.

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