My Patreon’s story for March is now live. Those of you that have already pledged can go here to read it.
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Here’s a teaser for this month’s story while you think:
The newspapers kept saying a killer roamed these roads, and there she sat, car quiet, just a hunk of metal on the side of the road. Hazard lights flashing their steady warning, she sat on the trunk, facing the open road, hoping somebody halfway decent would drive up and decide to stop for her. The sun set hours ago, leaving her alone with the coo of nocturnal birds and the cool wind kicking dust from the poorly maintained pavement into her eyes.
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