The author has a random conversation with a school teacher from Michigan at a craft-beer bar/store in downtown Morganton (NC, USA) on an autumn afternoon. The answer to the final question was hiding behind a submerged granite boulder. Autobiographical. The dialogue is almost verbatim.
Rating: PG-13 (an instance of foul language).
Approx. 1300 words.
Can fish really talk? Can a roebuck and a wolf drink at the river together? Questions like this were apparently written in the diary of wise old Time. The trouble started when Time became forgetful and couldn't remember why certain things happened.
The picture book ‘Kira Is Not an Ordinary Fish’ includes the title story and two other stories for children, ‘Snowflake’ and ‘The Lost Secret.'
Published: February 25, 2014.
Fiction » Romance » General
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Skye is just another ordinary high school girl living an ordinary high school life. However, she finds it hard to appreciate herself when her extraordinary classmate Mia seems to outshine her in seemingly every category possible. Due to a twist and turn of events, the ordinary Skye finds herself in a not-so-ordinary situation.
My life is curiously riveting, not because it involves wars or celebrities, quite the opposite. I'm just an ordinary woman, who thanks to unwise decisions and some plain old bad luck, has spent the last forty years stumbling from one disaster to the next. This is my story.