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Interrogation

Countdown to An End to All Things: What to Do

An End to All Things Countdown: 2 DAYS   Time is going fast. In light of the 2012 Mayan Prophecy, it turns out that we have but a short time to prepare for the end. Procrastination is not recommended. That is why each week leading up to our collective doom we will post short excerpts […]

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No one wants wonder

Countdown to An End to All Things: What To Stock Up On

An End to All Things Countdown: 11 DAYS In light of the 2012 Mayan Prophecy, it turns out that we have but a short time to prepare for the end. Procrastination is not recommended.  That is why each week leading up to our collective doom we will post short excerpts from stories in Jared Yates […]

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Falling apart...

Countdown to An End to All Things: Warning Signs

An End to All Things Countdown: 22 DAYS   In light of the 2012 Mayan Prophecy, it turns out that we have but a short time to prepare for the end. Procrastination is not recommended.  That is why each week leading up to our collective doom we will post short excerpts from stories in Jared […]

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Mayan Idol

A Countdown to An End to All Things

 I shut off the engine and looked at Jess. Her face was wet and all of her make-up had smeared and run. I looked at her and she looked at me. Those people were picking it up at that point, really playing and carrying on as loud as they could, the tempo gathering steam. They […]

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Atticus Authors on the Move: Spring Roundup

Atticus Authors on the Move: Spring Roundup

April can be rough. Rain, thunder, bugs finding their way back into your bedroom, spring not quite sure if it wants to be warm, or suddenly drop back to sweater weather right when you’ve finally decided its time to stop dragging that thing around with you because you’ve never put it on. Yes it’s true […]

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toast-sexton

You Never Ask About My Dreams

At that point things had been rough for a couple of months and I would’ve done anything to ease the tension. I set an alarm for half an hour earlier than usual. I thought if I had some breakfast going when Cathy got up she’d have to see that I cared. After all, cooking wasn’t […]

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