Right on time, folks, right on time.
Click on the appropriate link according to your reaction:
“Part 4? Why am I always the last one to know things?” Catch up now
“Oh yeah, I remember reading some stuff about fourth-wall awareness but I guess I just forgot about it after the beginning part.” Remember it now
“It’s been so effing long since you last posted, you little shit, that I’ve forgotten what happened.” Truly, I’m sorry, but drink your anger and click here
“I’m all caught up. Come to mama/papa, latest part.” Continue reading
Applaud for me, my friends. This time, I’m only three days late as opposed to a week like last time.
So if you read the title of this post and went ‘What? There’s a part 3? Wha- when did this happen?’ then here’s where you should head. If you didn’t react like that and merely missed the 2nd part for some reason, then this is for you. If you’ve been waiting for part 3 since the last week and want to gouge my eye out with a toothpick since I’m late every week, then keep that toothpick inside and obey the nice purple link. Read on…
Hey, everyone. *Nervous laugh* I’m really, sincerely, sorry for not posting last week. I know those of you who read the first part were really looking forward to the second one. And I have no reasonable excuse for this blunder except that I forgot.
But yeah, a humble apology is not all I have. Albeit a week late, strap yourselves in for the second part.
As is evident from the title of this post, I’m starting a new series. It’s something I’ve been meaning to do for a while now, but have been stalling it. This is the first part, and of course, there’s a lot more to come. Here’s to a new beginning.
Tara had a psychic ability which was rare in Kliona. She was a dreambender. She could change people’s dreams for better or worse. But one day, a gentlemanly centaur came to her with an unusual request.
“I want you to merge my dream with reality, Miss Oneiro.”
This week, I’ve decided to do a flash fiction challenge. It’s created by the amazingly creative Chuck Wendig, who’s asked us to put a spin on titles of Stephen King’s books. Now, I absolutely adore Mr. King, so of course I jumped at this challenge. What we basically have to do is steal the title, but not the story. His title, my story. Without further ado, let’s grab a snack and get into it.