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The Department - A Crowd-Written Story

The Story

Pet departments always had that same smell, that mixture of dog biscuits, rabbit droppings and fish food; even this one, which didn't even have any live animals. And why was fish food made from fish? She imagined walking through the food department browsing 'Arm Flakes with Extra Fingernails' and 'Human Brain Sticks for a Shinier Coat'.

Naomi looked down at her clean shirt and pressed trousers, wondering if she could get another day's wear out of them. Perhaps she could have stretched the trousers until the end of the week, if she hadn't come into this shop. She felt unclean just walking through the doors.

From her science lessons back in school she remembered that 'All smells are particulate'. This meant that if her clothes smelt of rabbit droppings, it was because they had a microscopic coating of that actual substance on the surface. Home was just around the...

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Please explain editor link

Hi Rosen. I think you can make occasional exceptions. I submitted a short story collection to your site, but I am...

19.06.2018 at 03:52
Good Read

Loved it. Well-written short tale.

30.05.2018 at 21:00
Please explain editor link

The link is for a third-party editor. If your book is self-edited, it is unlikely to be featured.

Rosen Trevithick
24.05.2018 at 10:08
Please explain editor link

Hi, I self edited my book which I am more than academically qualified to do. I was puzzled by your editor link....

18.05.2018 at 00:09
Submitting a book again

Thank you

01.05.2018 at 10:33
Submitting a book again

If it's not been featured, the 90 days shouldn't apply.

Rosen Trevithick
01.05.2018 at 10:12
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