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A Short Story Prequel to The Fantasy Novel Smailholm

A fantasy short story for listeners who enjoy stories from CS Lewis, Lewis Carroll, and J. R. R. Tolkien.
 

"Could there be a more peculiar sight than a girl, miniature in size, trapped in an empty mousehole? Yet there alone in darkness, deep underground, where the water seeped through the mud and made the air damp, Jenny sat - the most afraid miniature girl there ever was."
 

Jenny is the smallest of all the small girls in the world. She is afraid of foxes, the rabbits, the birds, and even the mice that roam the forbidden moor where she lives. When one day she falls down a mouse hole, she must find a way to be brave. Will she escape? Or remain the most afraid miniature girl there ever was?

©2019 C L Williams (P)2020 C L Williams

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An engaging short story

This story is well written and well narrated and leaves you wanting more. Looking forward to Smailholm having met one of the characters.