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After a long and unexpected absence, I have posted my new story

THIN HOLES IN THE MEMBRANE OF REALITY

at the usual fiction sites.

"A young and loveless man discovers truth behind an eternal curtain."

http://www.fictionpr...rane-of-Reality

http://www.scribd.co...rane-of-Reality

Yours to read, enjoy, execrate, ignore..etc.

With love and remembrance to my readers here,

Devon

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The Devon going nowhere back from somewhere strikes again.

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After a long and unexpected absence, I have posted my new story

THIN HOLES IN THE MEMBRANE OF REALITY

at the usual fiction sites.

"A young and loveless man discovers truth behind an eternal curtain."

http://www.fictionpr...rane-of-Reality

http://www.scribd.co...rane-of-Reality

Yours to read, enjoy, execrate, ignore..etc.

With love and remembrance to my readers here,

Devon

We were just talking about you ! You have been missed. Thanks for the story - will read now....

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We're honored that you still remember us, Devon...it's rare that a literary talent of your caliber would ever acknowledge his/her roots...especially when it a septic pit like this...

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We're honored that you still remember us, Devon...it's rare that a literary talent of your caliber would ever acknowledge his/her roots...especially when it a septic pit like this...

:lol:

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Devon can be seen this summer starring in Joyland, haunted by the ghost of some stabbed up teenager circa 1973

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While you are reading Devon's latest semi confessional, barely disguised mea culpa

make sure you read pages 7 and 8 of Jaws

Tom passes out drunk on the beach, then a giant shark suddenly " manifests " and eats the skinny dipper one night stand

Then satiated from its kill, it swims off to ruminate and belch up toes

Then he wakes up and says, I think WE have a problem.

Devon should spend more time signing long overdue estate paperwork instead of composing yet another excuse on his werewolf habit

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THE PHENOMENON KNOW AS THE DEVON IS BACK.

I AM HAPPY.

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Devon is really Peter Benchley??!? :twitchy:

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Devon is not anyone but Devon and he creates. We need new creators.

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Devon thinks he is like G.E. and only brings good things to life.

Some of us know better about both General Electric and his twin brother, Captain Mayhem

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Wow. That was worth the wait!

:applause:

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All of your writings are juvenile crap.

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As usual I read the newest story and like before enjoyed it. Might say like gentlemen did in the past "it's like a fine wine" but I’m not a gentleman don't know anything about fine wines. I do know about different homemade meads. I'm enjoying the best I’ve have in years right now. So I'll moar accurately say the story is it's like a fine mead. This time it seems in it a favor of the spirit of Robert W. Chambers. A dude who influenced the writtings of H. P. Lovecraft.

http://en.wikipedia....ert_W._Chambers

Fine drinking, watching the youtube captioned Polish historical flic With Fire and Sword and reading a Devon story has made it a classy evening for me.

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devon has a certain jerry lewis sort of stunted inner geek that revels in lifting skirts and pulling girls panties down, so all the boys will laugh at her. to gain cred and acceptance

I cannot tell you how satisfying this ad campaign has been

Its like some vintage shot found among an old set of black and whites, in some long abandoned box in an ISU drama dept closet

http://www.timeoutchicago.com/arts-culture/art-design/16075786/mca-opens-destroy-the-picture-with-a-bang

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As usual I read the newest story and like before enjoyed it. Might say like gentlemen did in the past "it's like a fine wine" but I’m not a gentleman don't know anything about fine wines. I do know about different homemade meads. I'm enjoying the best I’ve have in years right now. So I'll moar accurately say the story is it's like a fine mead. This time it seems in it a favor of the spirit of Robert W. Chambers. A dude who influenced the writtings of H. P. Lovecraft.

http://en.wikipedia....ert_W._Chambers

Fine drinking, watching the youtube captioned Polish historical flic With Fire and Sword and reading a Devon story has made it a classy evening for me.

Good analogy!

Chambers, like Devon, was way ahead of his time.

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I must say Devon is quite creative with his socks' reviews of his stories.

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:cheer: :cheer: :cheer:

It's always a good day when you get another Devon story!

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