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Everything Was Engulfed in a Fiery Inferno

And I failed to look up

I fear this is how my neighbors view me. Photo by Yan Krukov. Pexels.

We all have those moments of heroic fantasy.

We’re thrust into a crisis situation where a hero is needed, and we instinctively rise to the occasion. (Or maybe this just happens to me?) I just know my dormant kick ass heroine will spring forth when needed.

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A collection of first person accounts, highlighting the utter bliss and humiliation that comes from being human.

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Sarah Paris

Sarah Paris

Author of Signs My Toddler Has a Drinking Problem (humor collection).Freelance writer of all things. Fiction is my heartbeat. Believer. Adventurer. Semi- funny.

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