The Pond

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Stuck in a small wooden rowboat, stalked by an unknown beast, two teenage girls must fight their fear and try to survive.
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Words: 1,690
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310118609
About Thomas Washburn, Jr

Born and raised in the small town of Milo, Maine, Thomas Washburn Jr discovered a passion for writing, art and storytelling at a young age. Spending countless hours working on his creations, getting lost in the worlds of the stories he created.

Like many things in life as Thomas grew older his passions changed from writing, literature and art to music. He spent several years from 1995 to 2012 playing in various bands, playing hundreds of shows around Maine and the rest of New England. Writing lyrics for the bands he played in gave him a chance to tell stories through a different medium.
During that time period he also wrote several unpublished short screenplays as well as a feature length screenplay.

Thomas released his first book 'The Returners' In Oct of 2013 . His second book, a collection of short stories titled 'Legend Of North Lake & Other Short Stories' was released in April of 2014. His 3rd book, 'Mr. Witcher' was released in Oct, 2014.

He's also released the following short stories-Santa Claus:Monster Hunter(Short Story Series Book 1) Dec 2014, The Pond-Feb 2015, (Coming Soon) Santa Claus:Monster Hunter Vs. The Ice Dragon.

If you enjoyed any of his works, please take time to review it and leave feedback on the page you bought it from. As an independent author it will help spread the word.

Reviews

Review by: Andrew Lennon on Feb. 16, 2015 :
This wasn't too bad.
Being honest, I predicted what was going to happen almost immediately, but the idea was good.
I liked the writing style itself, it made it very easy to read. A lot of authors get lost in an attempt to build a scene and usually fill a story with unnecessary descriptions. This kept it simple and too the point.
Not bad overall.

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