Tag Archives: War

Things That Suck Big Time . . .

Monday 2 March 2015 This is one of those posts that are kinda like filler because I have no idea what to write a post about, but scheduling-wise I need to write a post. Y’know, those posts that I wrote … Continue reading

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Untold – Part 3

Monday 23 – Tuesday 24 February 2015 ‘My father returned from Nigeria a different man. What happened over there?’ Francis Frobisher slapped the arm of his chair. ‘Tell me.’ Winston mopped the sweat from his forehead with the sleeve of … Continue reading

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Untold – Part 2

Thursday 19 – Sunday 22 February 2015 The sound of the gunshot bounced around the room but was ultimately consumed by the book-laden walls, thick damask curtains, and heavy furniture. Winston, having quickly progressed through surprise, horror, and physical shock, … Continue reading

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Sanctuary – Part 1

Sunday 2 – Thursday 6 November 2014 Cowering in the church, crouched low behind the altar, they hid waiting for the aerial raid to end. Bombs rained down from the sky, halting any normality that the day might have held. … Continue reading

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Seven Seconds

Sunday 29 September, 2013 Dell Rosenberg had walked the two miles to the subway station. Although, perhaps walked was too energetic a way to describe his movement that day; wandered or meandered was a better fit for how Dell moved. … Continue reading

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Before The Fall – Part 9

Monday 25 – Tuesday 26 March 2013 Ingrid Fredriksson grieved at the body of her father, Anders, who had been mistakenly murdered by an assassin intent on killing King Osgood. Feeling partially responsible for the death of the man, Osgood … Continue reading

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An Unexamined Life

Monday 18 – Tuesday 19 June 2012 ‘Tell my mother that I died with dignity,’ his voice faded, eyes closed, and the last breath escaped his body as the mortar shells fell like rain around them. Cradled in his sergeant’s … Continue reading

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