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The Wind that Blew like Rampaging Cats

The Wind that Blew like Rampaging Cats – a short story by Elin V. Pettersson (well almost… this nonsense was generated with plot-generator) —— Cameron Cox looked at the solid ruler in his hands and felt stressed. He walked over to the window and reflected on his idyllic surroundings. He had always loved wild West Boggins…


Curiosity… could have killed the elf?

I used to write a lot of these weird short pieces whenever I had to pay attention to other things like … teachers… seminars…bla bla And it was time well spent I must say, so I could pull something like this out of a dusty folder and lol a bit at 5 am, a couple…


Salka the Dromedary

This one was ridiculously hard to translate… Some sentences made no sense and in some place I had no idea who was speaking!! I improvised a bit to make some order out of the chaos so hopefully it is readable. I was quite surprised when reading this story again after such a long time. Even…


Debut YA Fantasy “The Sound of the Stones” – Why A Strong Female Protagonist Matters

  Give me a strong woman protagonist, one that doesn’t sit around lamenting about the tragedies that befall her. Can she be sad once in a while, frustrated, weak? Yes, but please don’t take me on a journey with a woman who wallows in self-doubt, who spends the entire book incessantly needing reassurance and clamoring…


Hubert The Fish

The second story from my third grade notebook. Compared to what else I have, I really can’t have put much effort in this one. That fish drawing though… epic realism right there. Hubert The Fish Hubert competed with his fish friends. But Hubert was lucky and won the competition and he got his price. The…