Charles Wallace's Favorite Toy

Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
We’ve all had the fear while lying in bed, looking up, and watching it spin. What would happen if it fell? Can it really fall? How bad would it hurt if it did?

Charles Wallace’s Favorite Toy is a short story that takes its reader through the normal life and thoughts of a woman who was unlucky enough to still be in bed when the unlikely happens.
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About Jennifer Reynolds

Jennifer Lynn Powell Reynolds is a thirty-four year old native of North Alabama. She is newly married. She and her husband, Russell Reynolds, tied the knot on Friday, September 13, 2013.
Jennifer has a Master of Fine Arts degree from National University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Alabama.
Writing has always been a large part of her life. In high school, her local newspaper published a large number of her poems, and she won numerous poetry and short stories awards. Since high school, she has worked on a number of different projects, but her focus has mainly been on acquiring her degrees.
She finished the first draft of her first novel, a post-apocalyptic piece titled Alone, around the time she graduated with her B.A. Since then, she has written numerous other novels, short stories, and poems.
Aside from spending her days immersed in the fictional worlds she creates, she works part time at Stained Glass Artistry and as a freelance developmental editor, copyeditor, production coordinator, and eBook coordinator for a number of publishing companies.

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Review by: HannahE on Sep. 2, 2014 :
I love this author! Shortly stories however are not my cup of tea. However I did enjoy this story short sweet with a bit of holy cow were did that come from randomness. As always I will be recommending and waiting for what's to come next!
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Review by: Rachel on Aug. 9, 2014 :
Not a fan of house cats and most certainly not now after reading this short story. Needless to say this wasn't a favorite of mine
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Review by: Sue on June 8, 2014 :
This short story was a bit gruesome for my taste, but it was interesting enough for a one time read.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on June 2, 2014 :
A well-crafted bit of fiction—I checked to be sure—otherwise I’d suggest the cat be banned from the bedroom.
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