A terrifying glimpse of a child predator - through the eyes of a young girl.
It's 1970s Liverpool and a small girl is worried. She’s going to be late for school and if she’s late for school she'll be punished.
She decides to take a short cut along Fiction Street. She’s not allowed to go down Fiction Street but she doesn't know why. Nobody ever told her why. Nobody ever tells her anything.
As she turns a corner, a van pulls along beside her and a strange man offers her a lot of money. All she has to do is one favor.
Good girls always say yes when grownups ask for a favor, and this little girl is very, very good.
But, when this good little girl says yes everything changes and for reasons she can’t possibly understand she's never going to be good again.
|Publisher:||Grace M. Jolliffe|
|File size:||1 MB|
About the Author
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Grace Jolliffe grew up in Liverpool but now lives on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. She lives with her husband, two dogs, ten hens, five lucky ducks and a large group of frogs. Grace spends most of her time making up stories, and after spending many years in admin jobs she happily admits she finds the fictional world preferable to the office world. She used to write for a children's radio show until the show was axed and the writing team replaced with a talking dog. This motivated her to find a new outlet for her work and so she began adapting her children's stories and publishing them on Amazon. When she's not making things up Grace loves walking around the wonderful Wild Atlantic Way. Her love of nature and its natural magic inspires her Ballyyahoo series of children's stories and you can visit this magical town and read some free stories on www.ballyyahoo.com Grace loves gardening and blogs about her efforts to tame her wild Galway garden at gracelikestogarden.com In addition to writing for children she writes thrillers and black comedy for adults. She has also written for television and radio, written and directed documentaries, as well as several award winning short films. Grace's first novel, a crime thriller called 'Piggy Monk Square,' was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize, optioned for film, and broadcast on RTE's Book On One. For more information about all Grace's children's stories you can visit www.wildatlanticstories.com Grace also has a website for creative writers with information, tips and exercises for writers. You can also download your own free creative writing tracker to keep you motivated and organise your writing sessions. at www.practicalcreativewriting.com/free-writing-tracker/ She writes all the articles and stories for her sites and takes all her own photographs.Grace loves to keep in touch with her readers, so catch up with her on Google+ and Facebook at: plus.google.com/+gracejolliffe facebook.com/grace.jolliffe.1
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Scary and intriguing story