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Weekly Prompt: Mountains

This week’s Centina Pentina prompt is to write a story that takes place on a mountain

Mt. Fuji Photo by Bill Adler

I grew up in Manhattan, a land of tall structures, but no mountains. The first time I saw a mountain was when I went to Maine as a child. Wow. One of my most memorable mountain experiences was driving through the White Clouds in New Hampshire on a night that the aurora borealis…




“‘Great things come in small packages,’ they say. But I’ve noticed small things also come in small packages.” —J.A. Taylor

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Bill Adler

Bill Adler

An American writer in Japan, editor of The Binge-Watching Cure books, author of the bestselling book, Outwitting Squirrels. Occasional pilot, 24/7 cat owner.

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