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Timothy M.'s Stories


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An imp from Hell teams up with an angel from Heaven for joint missions in the human world. With Imp focusing on sex and Angel on love, their goals differ considerably. Imp is determined to win the wicked game and if he can annoy Angel along the way, so much better.


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An imp from Hell teams up with an angel from Heaven for joint missions in the human world. However, the best-laid plans can go astray, and even otherworldly entities can be blindsided by unexpected developments.


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After a huge row between his twin brother and their father, Russell’s mother sends him off to stay with her cousin in Europe, with no explanation. Reluctantly, the shy nineteen-year-old faces the issues which have kept him in his brother’s shadow for the past five years. It’s a twisted path of denial, anguish and unexpected joy, as Russell struggles to deal with long buried emotions and hopes.


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Having relocated after a workplace romance ended disastrously, Colin doesn’t think he’s ready for love. Besides, he has plenty of good things to keep him happy and occupied. A secret admirer is not what he needs, not at all. But who could it be?


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After the death of his parents Patrick is lonely and his life unfulfilled, in spite of being rich and able to indulge in his passion for creating unique art in his card shop in London. He longs for friends and for a romantic relationship, especially while creating Valentine cards. The chance encounter with a handsome Dane and his young son pitches the shy innocent cardmaker headlong into love and changes everything.


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How do you convince teens to do good deeds? By turning it into a contest, of course.


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Short stories are definitely not my strong suit, and this attempt soon became a continuous story inspired by the challenge of First Line prompts.
Constructive criticism and kind encouragement are more than welcome.