Drabblecast 364 - All of Our Past Places

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Drabblecast 364 - All of Our Past Places

Post by Algernon Sydney is Dead » Mon Jul 06, 2015 8:28 am

Feature: All of Our Past Places by Kat Howard
No drabble for this episode.
Genres: Fantasy


Sunday, July 5th, 2015
Aoife always told me that you could go anywhere, as long as you had the right map. So when it happened, my first thought, when I let myself into her apartment after not hearing from her for three days, was this weird feeling of pride. She'd done it.
She was gone.

Story produced by Bryan Lincoln of the FullCast Podcast.
Read by: Blythe Haynes and K.T. Bryski
Episode Art: Brian Delano
This story first appeared in Unlikely Story, June 2014.

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Re: Drabblecast 364 - All of Our Past Places

Post by MartinForgeWorks » Sat Jul 18, 2015 2:44 am

Stories like this can make you cherish your few friends just a bit more. Thanks Drabble Cast for another good one

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Re: Drabblecast 364 - All of Our Past Places

Post by JctWood » Tue Jul 21, 2015 11:23 am

This story really made me harken back to the childhood days of exploring forests and claiming 'territory'. I remember my brief experiences as a member of the pen knife gang up on Man's Law.
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Re: Drabblecast 364 - All of Our Past Places

Post by SeanT » Sun Aug 23, 2015 11:11 am

I kept waiting for them to smell each other a little at the end.
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