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Ruthless Revisions

Looking for writing inspiration, Alexandra Hill found a prompt on NYC Midnight that gave a genre, location, and theme for a short story: horror, library, and loyalty. The prompt resulted in “A Life Measured in Moons,” which won Grand Prize in the 15 Annual Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards. The dark fantasy explores a choice a young woman makes to

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