The Lightness of Her Bones


Extract:

She looked like a piano teacher to me. She had that straight-backed look you get from sitting for hours on a piano stool. She was close enough for me to see that her fingers that clutched the boy’s shoulders were slender but strong. She was tall and middle-aged, and clearly angry.

“I bet she raps their knuckles when they get the notes wrong,” I said aloud, absently.

“What?”

 

 

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MVJ

20 July 2015

4 thoughts on “The Lightness of Her Bones

    1. Haha. I am working towards an anthology but I think they are still very simple. I don’t have a lot of time to really research them and work out good points of view, voice, and plot. Please share with your friends e.g. Phyllis and Crit.

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