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Ash and Ember

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Grant is a man new to his work and to the East Coast of the United States. He has been given every opportunity and chance, and has capitalized on that as he starts his new life. Troy has lost almost everything, and his life over the last sixteen months has been nothing but a struggle.

A burned journal sends them on a collision course.

This is their story.

Author's Note: The story will update twice a week on Thursdays and Sundays

Copyright © 2020 Wayne Gray; All Rights Reserved.

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Is it possible I've read this already elsewhere?

 

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4 minutes ago, IBEX said:

Is it possible I've read this already elsewhere?

 

Yup. It’s possible. Though this is a heavily refined version.

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Just reading the first few lines reminded me. I loved the story! Thanks for it!

refined? ...in that case I get a dram, and start over again!

 

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If I say I’m enjoying this story because of the ethical issues it raises, it’ll give people the wrong impression. If I mention that I can identify with Troy being homeless (although he’s living in his van), it’ll make people think that’s all it's about. If I say that I’d never be like Grant moving from wonderful California to icy Vermont, they’ll focus on their dislike of my state. But If I don’t say any of those things, they’ll get the impression that they’ll be meeting characters named Ash and Ember!
;–)

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On 2/1/2020 at 2:47 PM, droughtquake said:

If I say I’m enjoying this story because of the ethical issues it raises, it’ll give people the wrong impression. If I mention that I can identify with Troy being homeless (although he’s living in his van), it’ll make people think that’s all it's about. If I say that I’d never be like Grant moving from wonderful California to icy Vermont, they’ll focus on their dislike of my state. But If I don’t say any of those things, they’ll get the impression that they’ll be meeting characters named Ash and Ember!
;–)

I'm glad you found all of the things you shouldn't say about the story, droughtquake. 😛

But, I'm happier that you're enjoying it - no matter the reasons. Thanks.

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1 hour ago, Wayne Gray said:

I'm glad you found all of the things you shouldn't say about the story, droughtquake. 😛

But, I'm happier that you're enjoying it - no matter the reasons. Thanks.

It’s my non-spoiler spoiler tease to encourage people to read the story!
;–)

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