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Tlisli and the Tlazil – I

Tlisli* struggled to wake up. It felt a little like when she had been a small child and had almost drowned in the river. She had wanted to breathe, but couldn’t. She had struggled toward the surface, but it never seemed be there. As she struggled, images passed through her mind. She was struggling through…

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Would it Make Me Wrong?

“Daddy!” The boy pulled on his father’s uniform shirt. “Yes, son?” “Why are they burning that lady?” “Because she committed adultery.” “Oh.” “Daddy!” The boy pulled on his father’s shirt again. “Yes?” Less patient this time. “I thought you testified at the trial that she couldn’t have done it because she wasn’t there.” “Well, Father…

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Tlisli: In the Forbidden Ground

[This is a work of fiction, as should be obvious throughout. Nothing in it resembles anything else enough to be mistaken for reality, but just in case someone disagrees, if you think it represents something in real life, it doesn’t. This is the second installment in the Tlisli Series, and is continued from Tlisli’s Escape.]…

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The God-Talk Club – Including the Waitress

[This is a work of fiction, and is part of my God-Talk club series. For more information follow the link.] Ellen McDonald set the extra large Coke on the table in front of Mark Morton and then sat down herself. “I hope you won’t get fired for sitting down here with us,” said Mark. “Oh,…