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JOHN BITTLES started up a blog called ShadowCuts which publishes fiction and various other titbits (submissions always welcome). Read his first story The Nutcracker

lc_350»It began on the 23rd of July. It had been only two weeks before that I had buried my mother. And I had been putting off visiting her house from the very moment that I had heard of her death. Too many memories existed here. And as I was already in quite a bad place in my life I found that most of my good memories of the place were being overshadowed by the bad.« (more)

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