Letting Go

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Celina Gayheart is a young woman who experiences heartbreak, humiliation, trauma, and bodily injury, all in one evening.

On top of everything she has been through, she now has to face a night in the freezing North Dakota wilderness, complete with a menacing lupine threat.

This vignette serves as a snapshot of the fateful night, and it is the beginning of a new series. More
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About Rachelle Williams

My name is Rachelle Williams, and I am a freelance web content producer with a penchant for writing short stories and flash fiction with a macabre twist.

My other interests include photography (I shoot with a Cannon EOS 60D, wanna party?), classic films, nutritional healing, Generation X culture, and creating passive income on the Internet.

***Fairly Odd Quirks***

-- I have been trying to become a vegetarian for the past 5 years, but chicken and ribs keep thwarting my mission!

-- I am learning how to master the trick of utilizing the gifts of Adult ADHD - Inattentive Type, but it's just so hard to focus...

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Review by: Christian Larsen on Sep. 17, 2011 : (no rating)
Rachelle Williams has a nice beginning to a longer work in "Letting Go". It could stand some polishing, though. For a narrative so short, it's way too non-linear: there are scene-breaks literally nearly every paragraph or so. In addition, the narrator explains, rather than shows, what is or was happening. Lastly, the use of present tense is pretty jarring. It would read better past tense. But a good story IS brewing here--it's just not done yet.
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