Belinda Crawford

World-weaver. Tale spinner. Geek.

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Svana tossed, the sheets twisting tighter and tighter around her legs, her brow furrowed in a grimace of pain. Sassa stood on the threshold and let her twin fight the dream. It used to frighten her, the way Ana thrashed and fought, how her face screwed up and her mouth screamed silently. When she heard… Continue reading »

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Page 5

This page is not working for me, I’ll rewrite it soon. The compound was peaceful in the small hours with the others tucked away in their bunks. A few, like Svana still roamed the modules and interconnecting umbilici, the graveyard shift who where either unlucky enough or obsessed enough to work the first twelve hours… Continue reading »

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Page 4

I’ve made an executive decision (since no one else has weighed in), The Hybrid Theory will the 3rd person. The tall white bucket was almost comfortable put her in easy reach of the fruit. Three discarded skins already lay on the frozen concrete floor of the cold-room and she plunged her hand into the tub… Continue reading »

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Page 3 – 3rd Person

World changing. Her twin’s words ring in Svana’s ears, following her into the dark mess hall and around the vacant tables that sprout the legs of upturned chairs like a herd of hedgehogs. She doesn’t need world changing, isn’t looking for anything more than life changing, her life changing, but all the same something had… Continue reading »

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Page 2 (3rd Person)

Page two of The Hybrid Theory. Again this is in three different versions, first person, second and third. Let me know which one you like best. Sassa is beautiful, a pale blonde vision of Nordic beauty with high cheekbones and lips the same tint as dusk. She is Svana’s mirror, apart from the eyes, a… Continue reading »

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Page 1 – Key of 3rd

The ficlet in third person perspective. Read the read the other versions (first person and second person) and tell me which one you prefer. She is Svana, daughter of Jorge and Heidi, sister to Sassa, mother and wife to none. There is a burning desire in her heart for she knows not what. By night… Continue reading »

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