Hiding in the Corners

Hiding in the Corners

by C.L. Mannarino

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Hiding in the Corners by C.L. Mannarino

She barged into the stuffy, pink, sunlit room, garbage bag in hand. Ignoring the faded purple “A” in “Anna” that fell to the floor when the door rebounded, she whirled on the closet. “Think you can cut me out of your life, Anna?” she asked. She grabbed the first two studded, black shirts she could reach. “I guess you won’t miss any of this shit, then.”

She tore five shirts from the rack, and then shrieked, grabbing at her pearls. A glowing, blue oval flickered at her from inside the wall. In seconds, the color faded to reveal vibrant pops of color—flowers, she realized—that stretched for miles. Something whirred by on a pair of luminescent wings. ...

Something moves in the attic. More things have taken up space by the bed.
Something else cracked open a hole in the closet.
And the paintings in the bedroom? They live.

It’s a weird, and wild world out there. You should come in.

Mannarino Publishing brings you five tiny fairy stories you’ll have to read to believe.

**Hiding in the Corners is also included in the omnibus, Closer than you Think, along with Love, Lust, and Pixie Dust; In Deep Waters; Runs in the Family; and Once Upon a Spell. Buy all five and save!**

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153097787
Publisher: C.L. Mannarino
Publication date: 06/25/2016
Series: Tiny Fairy Stories, Series #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 256,732
File size: 680 KB

About the Author

C.L. began writing books when she was in high school, where she became fascinated by all things paranormal, supernatural, and romantic. She lives with her family in a place settled comfortably between the woods and the beach, and likes to visit each of them frequently.

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Hiding in the Corners 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is about 20pgs.. the stories are too short, have potential, but they aren't developed enough.