If you’re looking for a heartwarming collection of stories, then this is the anthology for you!
Genre: Science Fiction
Use the following words: ABBA, cartwheel and Space Suit
Christian and Tiberius have been taught the ways of Hope Fighting from their Master, Shino. Hearing of the legends and history of Bachwood since birth, the two have set out on a destined path. The boys set out to the Forest of Lost Emotion to face Gmonkis, but find that their enemy is not quite what they expected. The real enemy, their mission, is beyond the borders of their small town surrounded by trees and the unknown.
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Please check out “The Last Time I Saw You” anthology. It is a labor of love.
Two years ago, my brother passed away and his absence has left an empty hole in me. The aching grief that I’ve experienced has been so hard to bear. I looked for people that could relate to me and my situation, I searched for books on the subject of siblings, I joined different groups, and I reached out to local grief counseling sites and support groups. But it just seemed that there was a general lack of sympathy for the mourning siblings.
As a writer, I wanted to change that, so I spoke to those that I’ve met in groups, and that have had such loss, and collected their stories within these pages. Through writing support, and love, we came together to remember our lost brothers and sisters in The Last Time I Saw You.
If you, too, are a sibling, and you have experienced this pain, feel free to find our group online at: The Last Time I Saw You Anthology, or any of the Siblings groups on Facebook.
The death of a sibling is one of the hardest things that you will ever go through. No matter what your age, losing a loved one is difficult. This anthology is a first hand account of the surviving sibling’s account on the last time they saw their sibling.
Use the picture above for inspiration
Word count: 500 words
Use these words: castle, birds, princess