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The Eyes Of A Fetch (Excerpt 399) Matrixing

Stepping back to take another look at the second floor, Lyla almost drops off the curb to the road but catches herself before she falls. As she looks up, the house appears to be normal and quiet but after all, she is outside looking in. Is it possible Marnie’s demented actions have placed thoughts in Lyla’s head to the point she now thinks she is seeing things?

“Okay, I’m going to blame what I think I just saw on matrixing.” Lyla says to herself. After all, it is human nature to see faces in obscure patterns, like the reflections in the windows. “No one is in my house and it is simply Marnie’s insanity that is wearing off on me.” She says as she tries to convince herself that the superficial conditions are playing tricks on her.

However, in the back of her mind, she recalls what Marnie said about Penny and that her ghost haunts the house. As Lyla walks farther away, she glances back one last time to see the rooftop of her house blending in with the large branches of the trees.

Excerpt 399

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2 responses

  1. Lyla almost drops off the curb to the road but catches herself before she falls.

    A great tiny detail to insert into the flow of the story.

    May 23, 2014 at 2:27 pm

    • Thank you, Carl. Enjoy your weekend! 😉

      May 23, 2014 at 7:32 pm

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