Fictional Fridays #7

The fourth calendar month brings with it Camp NaNoWriMo (for those unfamiliar with it, check it out here). I’m taking part in it and have set myself a small goal of 10,000 words. I’m finally going to be working on my novel and hope to reach my word count goal against all odds (college assignments, dance practice and general laziness, to name a few). Due to this, writing fiction outside of it is going to be pretty hard as I don’t think I’ll have the time. That said, I do love fiction, so here’s something I wrote a long time ago and submitted it to a magazine, but it was never published and the editor never got back to me. I know it could be better, but I’ll be posting it anyway.
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The Magic of Childhood

The word ‘childhood’ brings a flood of memories to the mind, I’m sure. It means different things to different people, but in general it takes one back to a simpler time, where one’s imagination had no limits. Bedtime stories came to life in dreams and the working of things beyond a developing brain’s comprehension was obviously run by powerful enchantments. In this post, I’ll be listing phenomena that I attributed to magic as a child.
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