In Between

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
Four year old Stacy Ludley just got her first imaginary friend. Or so she thinks. Feeling disregarded by her parents who have sold her best friend and stuffed walrus, Mr. Tusky, at their garage sale, she can do nothing but latch onto her new friend Sophie. But is this new friend she's found in the secret room of the house truly something in her head, or an embodiment of something more sinister?

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About Greg Nilchavee

What is most important about writing is the art of storytelling. I hope that my writing does what a great story should do: make you feel, think, and see something so vividly that it impacts your interactions with the world around you after you've read it. That's because writing is a world all of its own. I write horror, flash fiction, and literary stories that take what we see--even what we want to see--and make it something entirely different. What is most important to this kind of experience is that you leave it saying, "Yep. That was it. And now my world is made anew."

I am a writer living in San Dimas, California, and I know that the stories I bring to Smashwords are worth the small contribution I ask. If not, tell me; I want to be a better writer, and I can't do it without feedback. Tell me your thoughts, and show me your stories. Let's share what our imaginations hold together.

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Tanya Freeth reviewed on March 3, 2015

A good story, very mysterious, many unanswered questions
to ponder.
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James Jenkins reviewed on Jan. 31, 2015

Reads well and is engaging. Exactly the right number of words to relate the story, nothing extra and nothing left out.

I will be downloading more works by the author as soon as I hit submit on this review.
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shario1 reviewed on Jan. 14, 2015

Cute story.
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Katrina Rose reviewed on Jan. 12, 2015

I love the fact this book is about an imaginary friend which turns out to be a spirit. I can relate. This is a great book, and worth the read. I look forward to reading more books by this author.
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