TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES
The sequel to 'Death By Misadventure'
By Touch the Light
I dole out snippets of my invented past, each sounding less fraudulent than the one before.
If you tell a lie often enough...
others around her begin to see through the cracks in her day to day disguise as Collin.
Copyright© 2012 Torey
All Rights Reserved.
Author's Note: This story is the sequel to My Summer with Meg. It was one Wren asked me to write at the end of the last chapter. I dedicate this story to her.
Image Credit: Image frame from the Dutch Documentary film Zonder Spitzen.
What if your past was your future?
by Karin Bishop
by Karin Bishop
Our state fair is a great state fair,
Don’t miss it; don’t even be late.
It’s dollars to doughnuts
That our state fair
Is the best state fair in our state!
—from State Fair, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
You have found your ideal partner, the person you want to spend the rest of your life with. They feel the same way about you. However there is something about each of you that makes it impossible to truly be with the other.
What if neither of you are who you, and they, believe you are? What if you are both pawns in many different games, all being played at once by many different players? Games and stakes that may be far greater than the pawns or the players realize.
Is it possible to find love and happiness together under those circumstances?
I found this somewhere (I think someone gave it to me)
Hello all! I've been a lurker for quite a while, but finally found a good reason to post. See, I've been trying to figure out why I read trans fiction, and was hoping to open the question up to a larger discussion.
I have a new story that I want to post, but I need help in editing. Any help is appreciated