A Valentine’s Day Story with a Twist. Do enjoy!
Hello everyone. Thanks for coming back. During the past four weeks we’ve all been playing with my mini-series on the five senses. However, since Valentine’s Day is this weekend I decided to write a short story for the occasion. Next weekend I’ll be back with the fifth and final part of the mini-series.
If you know me at all, then you are not expecting a romance, certainly not a typical one anyway. This is an odd little story I jotted down on impulse, but I hope you’ll enjoy it.
The narrator made one previous appearance here at Teagan’s Books in a short story called Kokopelli’s Daughter. It’s just a little flight of fancy.
Kokopelli’s Daughter and Valentine’s Day
Moments after sleep blanketed my tired mind, my eyelids sprang open. I shot out of the bed and ran toward the kitchen in a state near panic. As I skidded around the…
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Mini Series from Teagan’s Books -The Sense of Smell
Hearing, Sight, Smell, Taste, Touch
Welcome back to my mini-series on the five senses. This time we’re working with Smell. I hope today’s post doesn’t turn out to be a stinker. (Okay… sorry. You know I can’t resist a play on words.)
I meant for this installment to be extremely lighthearted, and a scene from Copper, the Alchemist, & the Woman in Trousers quickly came to mind. Descriptive as it may be, it doesn’t really exemplify the point I wanted to make, but for fun, here’s the tidbit from Episode 20 anyway. In this snippet, Felicity, the woman in trousers, is tipsy from the physical reaction Absinthe (the Green Fairy) had when he was abruptly frightened.
Absinthe, the Green Fairy
It was no accident, I thought to myself, that the Green Fairy looked like a tiny green skunk, albeit one with gossamer wings. Much like a frightened…
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