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Renee Carter Hall

Moon, June, Raccoon

Published Feb 12, 2019 · 3,856 words (15 minutes) · 2 likes · 116 views

Fantasy Humor Love anthropomorphic animals contemporary

Karen's sick of watching all her friends find true love. Out of desperation, she decides to try casting a love spell -- and winds up attracting a neighborhood raccoon instead. But this furry little matchmaker just won't mind his own business...

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Renee Carter Hall

In the Greenwood

Published Feb 4, 2019 · 1,255 words (5 minutes) · 102 views

Fantasy anthropomorphic fable animals

The doe Faeldra merely desires a mate, but she has a much greater role to play in the forest as one season becomes another.

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Renee Carter Hall

The Tiger's Son

Published Jan 18, 2019 · 9,638 words (36 minutes) · 163 views

Classic Fantasy Literary Fiction pastiche kipling animals

A boy abandoned in the jungle. A pack of wolves who live by the jungle's Law. A fierce tiger, a cunning panther, and a deadly python. You know these characters... or do you? This re-envisioning of Kipling's Mowgli stories begins with a simple question: What if Mowgli hadn't been raised by the wolves?

I waited for about 20 minutes for this tiger to pace towards me and then crouched to line up this plant with his line of sight. The photo makes you feel like you’re being hunted.
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Renee Carter Hall

Nativity

Published Dec 11, 2018 · 402 words (2 minutes) · 171 views

Fantasy christmas holidays animals flash fiction

All young Sophie wants is a place to belong and be loved. It just may not be the place one would expect...

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Renee Carter Hall

The Gingerbread Reindeer

Published Dec 4, 2018 · 3,067 words (12 minutes) · 3 likes · 372 views

Fantasy anthropomorphic christmas holidays animals

When Santa finds himself one reindeer short for the Christmas run, the frost-elf Boreas enchants a replacement. But there's more than elf-magic being worked, and when an ancient foe threatens them all, the gingerbread reindeer finds he's made of more than just flour and sugar.

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Renee Carter Hall

The Wishing Tree

Published Jul 27, 2018 · 2,344 words (9 minutes) · 252 views

Fantasy Humor anthropomorphic animals

Once upon a time in the backwoods, an old raccoon plays a trick on two hounds to save his skin. But wishes have a way of coming true...

Big nap on a confortable tree in Arcachon zoo, France.
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Renee Carter Hall

The Mistress of Tidwell Manor

Published Jul 13, 2018 · 3,311 words (13 minutes) · 1 like · 235 views

Science Fiction post-apocalyptic anthropomorphic dogs animals

Amid a plague-ravaged world, time stands still at Tidwell Manor for Miss Emma and her canid caretaker, Mattie.

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Renee Carter Hall

The Frog Who Swallowed the Moon

Published Jun 15, 2018 · 3,018 words (11 minutes) · 1 like · 269 views

Fantasy anthropomorphic fable animals

Frog loves nothing more than to sing, and his friends love nothing more than to listen. But when he accidentally swallows the moon, Frog must make a choice: Should he let the night skies remain unlit or give up his beautiful voice forever?

It was a Saturday morning and me and three friends were trying to climb a small river close to were we leave (the Zenta torrent). Step after step we were proceeding with our adventure when suddenly after placing a foot close to a rock we saw something moving. This little frog jumped on a big stone in the middle of the torrent and how couldn’t I take a picture of it?
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Amy Sisson

Ménagerie in Motion

Published Apr 2, 2018 · 2,997 words (11 minutes) · 241 views

Fantasy Literary Fiction animals

With animals ranging from a lynx kitten to a floating yellow angelfish, Armand's Amazing Traveling Ménagerie is on the move yet again. But how long can Armand keep the Ménagerie in motion by himself?

Saw him or her at Smith Point  hiding in a bush  not so happy face  lol
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Renee Carter Hall

A Winter's Work

Published Mar 26, 2018 · 1,826 words (7 minutes) · 247 views

Fantasy Historical anthropomorphic animals

A 19th-century fur trapper shares his campfire with an unusual visitor and finds his view of the wilderness changed forever.

On a roadtrip to somewhere, we found this beautiful spot the the national parks in British Columbia.