Sometimes a Skeleton


It’s 1993, and Michael Snow just wants it all to end. He feels detached, as if nothing has any consequence. But when he tries to hang himself in the bedroom he shares with his teenage sister, his near-death experience changes everything. His parents are constantly fighting, his sister is rebelling, and school is a nightmare. Yet even with everything that’s going on around him, Michael begins to wonder if maybe there’s more to this crazy life after all. Maybe there is something worth living for.

Written in just three days during a literary marathon, the story has been only lightly edited in order to preserve the frenetic style derived from the frenzied three-day blur. A story about love, loss, and learning to survive suburbia in the early 90′s.
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Aug 7, 2016
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Fiction / General
Fiction / Psychological
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