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Kelsey Jordan
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Author of The Lycan Hunter, gamer, blogger and lover of all things random.
Author of The Lycan Hunter, gamer, blogger and lover of all things random.

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Last night was eye opening in the worst way possible. Not going into it because well, who really wants to be a Debbie Downer on Monday. I mean it’s already Monday. So last night the ugly cry and I met again. It was bad. UC (Ugly Cry) gut checked me so…
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Writers/Authors (pick your title) always seem to act like it’s a life and death decision when it comes to how they deal with reviews of their work. Most people choosing to offer advice on the subject would argue that you NEVER engage. Good or bad, just…
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The Darkest Frost Review Or as I like to think of it, an ode to awesome.

A review of awesome book stuff.
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For those who are published—no matter how, just are your books for sale? Good, you’re published. Now back to what I was saying… For those who are published, it is an important part of your job as an author to realize that with a product on the shelves…
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To others, she is kind . To me, she is a bully.

I am a battered woman with no way out. There is no safety net from her. Running is appealing, but I know she will find me. She always does.
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Fall for Me

“Just Let go.”

“I can’t. You ask too much of me.”

“You don’t have to do anything. Just fall and I will catch you.”

He knew in the growing dark pit of his soul that she was right. He asked much of her, but he was selfish in his desire for her. She’d been his for time unmeasured. Now he faced an eternity without her and the thought of that reality soured the remaining goodness in his heart.

“Come, Angel, trust me. I will take care of you.”

She stared over the edge—the view nothing more than a gradient view into black depths which led straight to the darkest pits of hell.

“How could you ask this of me? It’s too much, too dark.”

“Do you doubt my affection for you, Angel?”

Glimmering gold tears stained her ethereal eyes. She took a hesitant step backwards, closer to the gate and farther from their future together. She wrapped her pristine wings around herself as if to ward off a chill—not that she’d ever experience the coldness that ran through him constantly.

“Tell me, Fallen, what will you offer me that I am not blessed by His grace to have at my disposal here?”

He tried not to let the stab of pain show on his face as she regarded him as his current status, so easily disregarding the unmeasured time they’d spent in each other’s company. She knew that changes would happen the minute she turned her back on his grace. His wings were evident of that if nothing else was.

Every moment he spent in as a Fallen, his wings would become a tint darker. His eyes would fade from the ethereal white irises rimmed with gold to glowing blue fire. Soon his skin would burn with the fires of the scorn of the world’s sin. Still, he owed her an answer that would get her to step to the edge and embrace their future together.

“He has blessed you with many things, but has long denied you the one thing that has brought you to my arms for eons. He has never shown you love beyond that which he is obligated to feel. I have given freely of myself, and will do so forever more. I am what Heaven doesn’t have. Tell me now, Angel. Will you fall for me?”

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Literary Lion: The Soloist

Literary Lion is a 400 word “challenge” to write a story off of a given prompt. You can find out more about this challenge over at I Smith Words. Without further adieu, I am again for another Literary Lions short story challenge. This week’s word is…
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Writing Challenge: Becoming a Literary Lion

Literary Lion is a 400 word “challenge” to write a story off of a given prompt. This week is water. You can find out more about this challenge over at I Smith Words. Without further adieu, here is my first attempt at this week’s challenge. A Sip of Water…
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