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Mary Millar

Australia

I just want to write as much as I can. Follow me on tumblr: www.ephirae.tumblr.com

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Mary Millar (Australia) published:

A Day of Adoption [Working Title] - Chapter 1

PROMPT: Novel Writing Competition 2016

“Maddison?” her voice prompted.

My dull eyes lifted their gaze towards the woman sitting on the opposite chair. She held a pad in her manicured hands with random notes written in an illegible script. Some had lines through them and others were circled. As much as I hated my time here, curiosity ruled over animosity. I wondered what they said, and why my therapist thought they were important.

“I know we don’t know each other that well,” Michele slowly leaned...

almost 2 years ago

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Mary Millar (Australia) published:

Curse

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For as long as I could remember, I’d been cursed with a strange tingle of anticipation whenever someone spoke. My muscles practically quivered the entire time, constantly waiting and waiting and waiting for something to happen, some word to be said. I usually go about my daily life, unaffected by this curse, but…
 
But we do not speak of the one time something did.
 
Okay, fine. I’ll tell you.
 
I was sat down with Myles on the...

almost 2 years ago

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Mary Millar (Australia) liked Would you do this for me? by Jess Perrin (Australia)

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Mary Millar (Australia) published:

By Chance

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I, being the idiot who couldn’t understand Fahrenheit, hadn’t realised how cold it was until I stepped out onto the balcony. My jumper was sweet relief against the biting wind. I leant over the railing, my breath mingling with the steam of the hot chocolate I’d snuck up from the buffet downstairs.

Bare branches reached up from the streets below, a sea of colourless leaves in perfect rings around their trunks. Distant beeps and sirens rang out from somewhere in...

almost 2 years ago

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Mary Millar (Australia) published:

The Girl, The Boy

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There's a girl in my class who was an unexpected find. She is so incredibly kind and passionate and is always willing to give advice to help my drastically-poor-by-comparison art skills. We often share glances, then burst into giggles without saying a word. My soul lights up every time I see her, speak with her, think of her.
 
There's a boy in my class who was an unexpected find. He is funny and genuine and truly gives me every...

over 2 years ago

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Mary Millar (Australia) published:

The Girl, The Boy

FREE WRITING

There's a girl in my class who was an unexpected find. She is so incredibly kind and passionate and is always willing to give advice to help my drastically-poor-by-comparison art skills. We often share glances, then burst into giggles without saying a word. My soul lights up every time I see her, speak with her, think of her.
 
There's a boy in my class who was an unexpected find. He is funny and genuine and truly gives me every...

over 2 years ago

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Mary Millar (Australia) liked The soldiers who danced by Roisin Dauth (Australia)

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