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          Saturday, May 02, 2009

Fiction: I Married a Pagan, Day 6, Pt 2
- 6:48:47 PM - pavlovscat
Find out what else happens during Day 6 of Henry's story in I Married A Pagan, Day 6, Part 2. It's time for the next installment and the end of Day 6, so download download Day 6, Part 2 here. Drop an email to Greypatch3 with comments about the story.
Enjoy!!
Burtilda Cresswell sat across from her husband in an overstuffed armchair, trying her best to look over the silverware to make sure the help had cleaned it thoroughly. Darald Cresswell was enjoying one of his several books. It was one of those types of novels where most sentences are paragraphs unto themselves, sentences which, on further reflection, do not need to be nearly as long as they are, but yet, in their attempts to go on and on into constant digression and normally cause most readers to bend over in confused exasperation and profuse vomiting, somehow defy the odds and the book gets published, to the authorís bewilderment, since he was simply trying to see how much he could annoy the printing house and make them spend an absolute bundle on ink and paper, which, unfortunately enough, was far much more than it used to be, considering how the price of paper had been going up in the last couple of years, due to a massive shortage of good harvesting trees, at least, trees that didnít hunt down and kill the lumberjacks attempting to harvest them.







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