Monthly Archives: March 2016

Eccentricity (The UnSent excerpt)

“I have never even seen you until 5 minutes ago.” I tell him, annoyed. “Why would you ask me such a question?” “I want to know the answer,” he informs me, his eyebrows pinching in a frown. “And the only way … Continue reading

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Warmth (The UnSent excerpt)

“Whoa, what just happened?!” Denton yells, stumbling backward. His eyes are transfixed on the ball that he is holding in his hand. I watch, seeing the ball grow bigger and brighter. The color of the ball is similar to honey; … Continue reading

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If Only

The sun peeked in through the window, lighting up the room. But it could never illuminate the place she called home.

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The white horse pranced, ready to be free. Sunlight glared off his white coat; she had bleached it the night before.

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Her once beautiful hair, now gone.

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Inspiration Strikes

I’m writing, my pen swirling and curling across the page. My emotions are palpable, woven into the story, as inspiration strikes. My brain moving so fast; my hand can’t keep up. Hold that thought. Wait, what was that? A pause, … Continue reading

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A Time to Consider

So, I guess you probably don’t know why my pen name is Perfunctory Perfectionist. Or why my site is called Neither Apples Nor Oranges. I also suppose that you don’t really care. But since I don’t know, I’ll explain anyway. … Continue reading

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