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The holidays are over and I’m not feeling remotely festive. Not with all the cat concerns I’m facing in real life. Time to open a Door and escape into the Shadow Forest in Stealing Myself From Shadows. Only it’s not the Shadow Forest Christopher is in, but Omphalos. And now he’s face to face with the Navel, the odd shop on the main road through Omphalos…
This shop had a dusty window, displaying a skull and a deck of cards lying on a bed of purple velvet.
The skull caught my eye before the sign. Weathered and in need of painting, it took me a moment before I saw the image of a rounded stomach and a belly button.
“The Navel.” I felt my face color. The mysterious Gabrielle, soon to be my mother, had a sense of humor.
2 thoughts on “#RainbowSnippets: Stealing Myself From Shadows”
love the description of the skull and the realization
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