Book: Psychological Terror - The Child Within (Cappuccino Fiction Book 13) by B Pepinesqcategories: Book, Pépinesque, Psychology, Horror, Abuse, Young Adult, Short Story, Burlesque, British Humour, Cappuccino Fiction
B Pepinesqabout this book: The fact you are reading this I take it you are an adult. That being so as an adult you are a clear affirmation of being a childhood survivor. Such a statement accommodates many experiences, and I am sure there are far too many untold stories of childhood survival. That is one of the facts of life. Yet in spite of the odds, (read some of the statistics) survive we have.
So why write about exercising the 'child within'? In particular if it disturbs disturbing memories.
I don't know about you but I was 'taught' not to ask why as it is impolite. "Fascinating" as a certain pointy eared character used to say. Now please don't tell me you don't know who old pointy ears was. There you are, no doubt all just a matter of age and what you have experienced/survived.
I could be asking myself why anyone who reads this short story will consider it to be entertaining, enthralling, challenging or for that matter even surprising. As I say, "I could."
Now fast-forwarding to the point where you have read 'Psychological Terror - The Child Within.'
What is it you want to write about? Enjoy
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