November Reading List: Departures

Good morning, Flames!
Limited response on the ‘Departures’ prompt, but I’m hoping that means a number of our members are plugging away at that NaNoWriMo goal.

Even though we have a list of two, don’t forget to share constructive feedback with our writers so that they may learn what their readers are looking for.

Your reading list awaits:

Title: Fluke
Author: ayumidah
Word Count: 774
Genre: friendship
Warnings: none

Title: Departures
Author: Kathy Boles-Turner
Word Count: less than a zillion
Genre: speculative z-fic
Warnings: Profanity and violent deaths
This piece is reworked from an old story, but it has undergone a complete overhaul.



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