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The waking world is madcap. For some, it is exhausting. In the dreaming dark, there are other options, strange as they may be.
What we understand is so small. What we can see is so limited. The dark holds more secrets than we’ve ever learned in the light. Jeremy is about to discover a single hidden truth. Assuming he can even understand what he’s witnessing.
If you choose to be of the night, then you must share it. If the night chooses you, there’s little to be done.
The night offers and takes so much. It’s a place where the curious, the dangerous, and the inexplicable might be found.
Curiosity is perhaps one of the strongest human traits. Deep in our bones, it sits, demanding we know more about everything.
Today, dear reader, we have a stylistic experiment. An interesting way to present a story. For those who don’t know, a “second person” narrative is a story told as if you were the main character.
A wizard left to their own devices can do strange things. In this short fantasy tale, we check in to see what magic he’s been doing since his apprentice left.
You’ve waited four weeks for the conclusion, and now it’s here. The dark has found Bruce, and he can remember it all.
Hi there! The Fictionmonger is busy celebrating in his extra-dimensional bar, so Brandon Scott (that’s me) is stepping in to introduce today’s story.
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