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Category: Of The Weirdest

Of The Weirdest (also called OTW) is a story about a girl named Cecelia and the adventures she has in the little town of Oakwood, California with her friends; Ryder, Avery, Tazmin, and Naga & Snek, along with her father and brother, Brad and Leroy. It’s a story of found family, platonic love, mystery, growing up, and of course all the light that secretly lurks in the shadows.

Content warnings: Mentions of various mental health issues, mentions of past abuse, mentions of past familial problems, spooky themes.

Forgive

Forgive

The bear trap around his neck hurt so much and the blood was dripping onto the forest floor as he walked, painting a crimson trail with every footstep he took. It was a cold autumn day with the sun gradually sinking lower in the sky, and Wolf was all alone in his troubles, fatigued and lost. The chain dragging across the rocks as he plodded along was heavy and dragged him down, causing him to have to keep his head…

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OTW Book 1 – Chapter 2

OTW Book 1 – Chapter 2

“Ouch!” Cecelia hissed in pain as she rubbed the back of her head, looking around in confusion and fear. She might’ve also said some words that her father would be very much not proud of her saying, though she’d never admit to it. From somewhere in the woods, something was screaming, and it had woken her up in a manner she wasn’t at all happy about from a dream that had just been starting to get interesting. She was almost…

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OTW Book 1 – Chapter 1

OTW Book 1 – Chapter 1

Cecelia nervously stared out the window of the family car, trying to fathom what she had just seen. That cliff they had just passed… had she really seen what she’d thought? She could’ve sworn there were two figures there at the top, just kind of standing there and watching the road. She hadn’t seen them for long, of course, and couldn’t make out much during the time that she had seen them, but Cecelia was near certain they were there,…

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OTW Book 1 – Prologue

OTW Book 1 – Prologue

It was a perfect, quiet, lazy evening. The sun streamed down through the foliage, dappling the forest floor below, and everything was the perfect temperature: warm with a cool, refreshing breeze every few minutes or so. The kind of evening meant for lying in a hammock and taking a nap, or reading a book on the back patio while you listened to the birds and the squirrels as they carried on with their lives all around you. A point in…

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