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March 17, 2017

#flashfiction friday: St. Patrick’s Day at the Drunken Sasquatch

Filed under: News — Scottie @ 19:55

I found this short story to hold the promise of a much longer work, and it delivers on that promise. The story works well known common things everyone knows with seeming as common “other” elements. The working of these things together is a startlingly refreshing read. Enjoy. Hugs

Life in the Realm of Fantasy

There’s something about St. Patrick’s Day that brings out the crazies, even in Seattle. Or, should I say, especially in Seattle. If there is one night of the year when were-dragons should stay home and avoid the tavern, it’s March 17th.

Now in a place like Seattle, folks like me usually go unnoticed because the Emerald City is just that kind of town. The people are relaxed and accepting here. It’s like they don’t even see us.

Oh, sure, a few members of my community aren’t the kind of people most folks  want to know. Being a reporter, I tend to come across them in the course of my work, and let’s just say it’s not all rainbows and unicorn farts for  some of us anymore.

Modern society has ruined the weaker minded. You didn’t hear this from me, but some of the most unusual and largest thefts of metal…

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  1. Scottie – it was so nice to meet you (via the miracle of the internet) and thank you for the reblog!

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    Comment by conniejjasperson — March 17, 2017 @ 21:38

    • Thank you for a grand funny story. The idea is wonderful. Should you decided to extend the premise into a short story or two ( or even a novel or two praise the drinking glass ) please let me know. I look forward to more of the weredragon’s world and all his friends. Hugs

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      Comment by Scottie — March 17, 2017 @ 21:44

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