Get the entire story posting schedule here! Scroll to the bottom for a giveaway.   Camp forever BY Rena Olsen   “She wasn’t always the ghost of Camp Forever,” I said, keeping my voice low and eerie as I glanced around the circle, making eye contact with each of the mesmerized girls, using my flashlight
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Get the entire story posting schedule here!   The Art of Crafting friends by Kathleen Palm   The first time I saw a ghost, I was three. The wispy form of Dad came to my room and said good-bye. I remember it clearly, how the flowered wallpaper on my wall cut across his middle, vague
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Get the entire story posting schedule here!   Wolves of Camp River Swamp by Danielle McKinney   It was the worst summer camp on the face of the planet but Alec’s parents insisted that he had to go. They didn’t want him to waste his summer days playing video games. It wasn’t their summer, but
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Get the entire story posting schedule here!   Camp Crystal by Vanessa Rodriguez   The night wrapped the trees in darkness. Only the dull glow of the moon trapped behind a cloud illuminated the sky. Shadows stretched across the lawn, wavering when the wind swayed the boughs. “This time will be different.” Grace ignored her
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Get the entire story posting schedule here!   The Boathouse by Brian Letendre July 15, 1978 “I’m pretty sure Director Spencer wouldn’t be on board with this,” Harry nervously offered from the shadows of the lower bunk. “Shut up, dickweed,” Chad snapped. “You’re just lucky we didn’t think of this when you were a counselor-in-training.
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Get the entire story posting schedule here!   Blink Fly by Victoria Nations   Blink Fly, and it started like this.  The camp was fine when I left it.  The girls were fine, and who cared if I hiked off because screw them, that’s why.  They were happy with an afternoon siesta after kitchen duty,
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Get the entire story posting schedule here!   the secret of moths by rebecca waddell   Jeff Campbell turns in a slow circle, taking in the sturdy cabins of Camp Narquata. Built forty miles from the nearest town, the camp occupies the relatively level space where the towering redwoods watch over the butterfly-filled meadow on
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Get the entire story posting schedule here!   aLICE by mICHELLE cEASAR dAVIS   “Brayden, do you need anything before Daddy and I leave?” Stephanie Hogan asked. “I’m ten,” he said, tossing his duffel bag under the bunk bed. “Would you please stop calling yourselves mommy and daddy?” “Be nice to your mom…” Ryan Hogan
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Get the entire story posting schedule here!   Shadow lake by cait greer   “It’s just a story, Cam. It’s not like there’s actually a monster in the lake.” Everly hops on one foot, adorably trying to pull her other sneaker on without untying it. “Everyone knows that’s just something the counselors made up years
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Get the entire story posting schedule here!   the shortest night by ken mooney     “Mark, can’t you just put your phone away for one night? We’re on holidays.” Alan didn’t even look at his brother while asking that question; Alan was too busy looking at the women gathered at the beach, all of
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