Oops!… We Did It Again (the blackmailed vicar)

Erm… hullo there. (This is rather awkward…)

Dear Reader, the stuff that was originally posted here has been removed.

We have done this because said stuff has since been included in one of our published books. We hope you’ll believe us when we say we’re not trying to be stingy. No, this has been done to honour the people who have already spent their hard-earned money on our eBook creations.*

If, however, for some reason you’re unable to buy one of our books, and feel you’ll die without seeing this piece of writing, then please contact us via admin@unbolt.me. We won’t allow our Dear Readers to fade away in the dark. We’ll send you the piece in question, and it will be absolutely free. All you need do is ask.

* Of course, we would be like two happy puppies if you too decided to buy one of our books.

 

by TETIANA ALEKSINA & TONY SINGLE
© All rights reserved 2017-2018

54 thoughts on “Oops!… We Did It Again (the blackmailed vicar)

  1. Very clever, and actually tender, what are the cords that hold the two , a wish? a breath? a game where each holds the other in their clutched embrace tethered alone together the same. For some reason I can neither explicate nor frame, this makes me think of Joseph Brodsky:
    “There floats in outer Moscow one
    Who swims at random to his loss,
    and Jewish accents wander down
    a dismal yellow flight of stairs.
    From love toward unhappiness,
    to New Years Eve, to Sunday, floats
    a good-time girl: she can’t express
    what’s lost inside.”
    🙍🏻
    Poor vicar, poor girl, all the same.
    Thanks Tony.

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