A Story for a Tweet

I’m always eager to try something new, so I’m making a story available for even cheaper than a song. You get this one for a tweet! Enjoy.

Here’s a tease:

Bobby had never been a very practical boy. At least that’s what his teachers always told him. Being raised by his Mom and Dad to always seek the most interesting solution to any problem, rather than the easiest, probably had much to do with that.

“Son,” Dad would say, patting Bobby’s shaggy brown hair, “life is too short to treat every situation like some sort of porcelain doll. If your answer ruffles some feathers, then you’re probably on the right track. If you’re wrong, then just keep trying.”

So when the lad saw his first dragon, he took it at face value, rather than assuming he had gone off his rocker.

If you like this story you might also check out the sample for my YA science fiction novel, Ginnie Dare: Crimson Sands, or if you like horror have a look at my anthology Through a Glass, Darkly. Enjoy!

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