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Reblog: Body Part Bags (and the Parts That Come in Them)

Part two of this reblog from Reflections From The End Of The World, this time featuring the writing of the very talented Mr Todd Mayhew…

Reflections from the End of the World

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By Todd Mayhew

My chair is pulled out a little from my desk and there’s a brain on it. It’s lumpy and dark red—so dark it’s almost black, and its curves have white worms of light reflecting on them from the lamp above. It’s been there ever since last month when I called the police and told them that Ellie the elderly lady next door was cutting people up into little meat cubes and hiding them in her kitchen cabinets, and the police came and yelled at me because that turned out not to be true.I told them it was an honest mistake, that it was dark and shadowy when I saw her moving around in there and maybe she was just chopping up the zucchini for the bread she baked for me and brought over right before I called them. I said that I was very sorry and that…

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Posted by on March 13, 2017 in Blogging, Fiction, Guest spots.

 

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March of the Internet Nobody, day thirteen: Reblog week…

I’ve been trying to vary the content in this, my month of daily posting and I thought a good way to really mix it up would be to feature writing by other bloggers.

Happily, only this morning I found a post from some old friends, who I’ve been looking forward to reading new material from for some time, so their blog gets the first guest spot.

But there will be two more today and another three each day this week, so you might have 15 new blogs to follow by Friday, how cool is that?

Another reason for this literary largesse is that I have been so busy recently that I have barely had time to go through the dozens of e-mails I get each day, most of which bring notifications of blogs I follow. This has left me with a terrible case of blogger’s guilt, since I always feel I should reciprocate when you lovely people visit Diary of an Internet Nobody and leave your fabulous comments (I’m probably just setting myself up to feel guilty about the blogs I fail to mention this week, too, but that can’t be helped) so I hope this helps compensate in some small way for my temporary absence from your various corners of the blogosphere.

So the next post you will see, in just a few minutes, will be from Todd and Dustin and their new blog, Reflections From The End Of The World, I hope you’ll show them (and my other guests this week) some love.

Thank you for your attention.

 
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Posted by on March 13, 2017 in Blogging, Fiction, Guest spots.

 

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