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          Friday, April 24, 2009

Fiction: I Married a Pagan, Day 6, Pt 1
- 8:35:03 PM - pavlovscat
Henry's story continues in I Married A Pagan, Day 6, Part 1. Day 6 is a very busy one for Henry, so busy that you only get to read half the story of Day 6 now. You'll have to wait until the next installment to find out how it ends. You can download Day 6, Part 1 here. Send your email to Greypatch3 and let him know what you think of Henry's adventures so far.
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Henry awoke to the splash of water on his face. This in itself wasn’t so bad, but like the day before he had a massive headache, which was made worse as the bucket previously containing water also landed on his face, very, very hard, quite possibly from it being thrown in his face. It was hard to tell because his eyes were still closed.

He opened them, one at a time, and the morning sunlight forced its way in, stabbing into his retinas like a curious child with a fork and an electrical socket to play with. A shape moved in front of the sun, blessedly, though as his eyes began to focus, he found the shape was not at all happy to see him.

“Morning, Cait. You seem jolly today. And thanks for the shower, I forgot to wash up last night.”







          Thursday, April 16, 2009

Fiction: I Married A Pagan, Day 5
- 9:16:04 PM - pavlovscat
Find out what Henry has gotten himself into now in I Married A Pagan, Day 5. You can download Day 5 here. Writers love feedback! EMail Greypatch3 with your thoughts & comments about the story.
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Cait was roused from her sleep by a loud knocking on the door. She yawned, got up, and prepared to kill the person who wouldn't let her sleep in on her day off. Going down the stairs to the front door, she opened it to find Henry, smelling like a burrick's carcass, on the doorstep. He was covered in a substance she preferred not to wonder about in great detail.

"Henry! What in the world?" Henry reached out to grab her by the shoulders and plead about something, but before he could she backed away. "You touch me with whatever's stuck on you, and I'm going find a big pile of it and drown you headfirst in it."

Henry put his hands back at his sides. "All right, fine. Get me a hose and I'll tell you all about it."

About fifteen minutes and a quick change of garments later, Henry sat in Cait's kitchen, wearing a bright orange shirt and green pants. Both of which were three sizes too small.







          Saturday, April 04, 2009

Fiction: I Married a Pagan, Day 4
- 9:11:55 PM - pavlovscat
Henry's adventures continue in I Married A Pagan, Day 4. Download Day 4 here. Greypatch3 wants to hear from you, so drop him a line to let him know what you think about his story.
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Henry awoke at dawn. This was a sensation he was not used to, as he often preferred to spend his evenings very late, which did not lead to a general love of the rising sun and all the glories which it brings.

However, his head was killing him, and this was a sensation he was used to. He rolled over on the bed and promptly fell off. As his head struck the floorboards, he was struck with the notion that he had just woken up in a bed that was not his own, which was a sensation he had never before experienced. Holding his throbbing head, he opened his eyes to see the room he was in was a woman’s bedroom, a sensation he thought he would never, ever experience in his life.








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