Another good story: Nothing's Common With Me

Another good story Nothing s Common With Me I was reluctant to go on another rescue mission Mostly because the past few I d gone on had almost ended in disaster Not that they usually didn t but it almost seemed like the monsters were targeting

  • Title: Another good story: Nothing's Common With Me
  • Author: Matthew Goodman
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  • Page: 327
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • I was reluctant to go on another rescue mission Mostly because the past few I d gone on had almost ended in disaster Not that they usually didn t, but it almost seemed like the monsters were targeting me specifically I couldn t fathom why, but it was starting to concern me Not because I was afraid I was going to die, but because I was afraid the person I was supposed tI was reluctant to go on another rescue mission Mostly because the past few I d gone on had almost ended in disaster Not that they usually didn t, but it almost seemed like the monsters were targeting me specifically I couldn t fathom why, but it was starting to concern me Not because I was afraid I was going to die, but because I was afraid the person I was supposed to be rescuing and or the satyr that accompanied me was going to get hurt or die The monsters that could talk went on about some kind of reward or fame for being able to kill me, or somesuch, I wasn t really sure I was focused on staying alive than what they were saying, honestly.

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    1. Matthew Goodman is the bestselling author of three books of non fiction.His essays, articles, short stories, and reviews have appeared in The American Scholar, Harvard Review, Salon, the Village Voice, the Forward, Bon Appetit, and many other publications, and have been cited for Special Mention in the Pushcart Prize and Best American Short Story anthologies Matthew has taught creative writing and literature at Vermont College, Tufts University, Emerson College, and at writers conferences including the Antioch Writers Workshop and the Chautauqua Institution He has received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony twice and the Corporation of Yaddo.He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and two children.

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