Tommy Clark

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#StitchedSaturday March 28th

The Stitched Saturday Writing prompts are back! This one is due for next Saturday…

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Rules to participate:

Please read the rules carefully. We want everyone to be able to participate and to do that we need order.

Word Count: do not exceed 1000 words

Send to: Stories should be e-mailed to stitchedsaturday(at) with author’s name, “about me”, any links you want to share, and if you have one please share an author pic. If you are not ask author, do this for fun. We’d like to know more about you!

Comment: please comment on there stories and show your appreciation. A simple, “great read” or, “thanks!” will do. Liking and sharing the post helps us as well. You’re getting a free story, share the wealth.

Try to only send me one, clean copy of your story. Sending multiples because you forgot to fix something end up confusing and bogs down my email.

Have fun. Show off your talent. Encourage one another.

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Bibliophilia Templum

By Thomas R Clark


If Shakespeare wrote horror …


“I bite, I shake, I pull, and I tear. It’s how I fight, and today it’s how I die.”

The brain worm plague decimated the human population, destroying civilization as man knew it. Infected animals turned into bloodthirsty killing machines, spreading the diseased worms animating their bodies.

A year later, an intrepid Jack Russell Terrier leads a diverse fellowship of animal companions struggling to stay alive in this apocalyptic world. When the safety of their lair is compromised, the motley pack embarks on a dangerous journey to find a new home.

They soon learn infected squirrels and bats aren’t the only threats in this horrifying new world, where only the cunning and strong will endure. But the biggest fight of all will be the importance of having …

A name.

Content Review

If Shakespeare wrote actual horror, it…

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