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Littered with Ellipses...

By Sean Ferrell
May 24, 2020 · 10,276 words · 38 minutes

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From the author: He wasn't supposed to care. He wasn't built to do so. But when a deepspace maintenance worker rescues children from an accident he gains citizenship and makes the people who care for him question how they (or anyone) care for themselves.

3 Chapters

Littered with Ellipses... part 1

Updated May 10, 2020 · 3,795 words (14 minutes) · 41 views

Celebrity host Jack Trumbull is set to interview an unlikely hero: an engineered man who--some say--has rescued children from certain death. When Jack's interview reveals how the maintenance worker's personality and actions leave questions about motive, Jack finds himself worried about his own home life, the person responsible for his children, and his own motives at home and at work.

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Littered with Ellipses... part 2

Updated Jun 8, 2020 · 2,628 words (10 minutes) · 85 views

Steven is a caretaker for an accidental hero. As he spends more time caring for a person who can't care for himself, he slowly recognizes gaps in his own life.

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Littered with Ellipses... part 3

Updated Jun 22, 2020 · 3,853 words (15 minutes) · 88 views

Steven struggles to help Carl take care of himself, and taps into talents no one expected.

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Sean Ferrell

Sean Ferrell writes speculative novels and short stories, as well as picture books about kids who don’t know why they keep getting into trouble.