A Given Day By by TJ Staneart Mystery Tribune Issue 12

A Given Day By by TJ Staneart

Frank’s least favorite part, by far, of buying a home. This strange, pervasive social contract insisting the space in his house would be used the same way as in the neighbor’s house, and the house next to that. On and On. If he let himself think about it long enough, he got depressed. He also hated the words “open concept”. Maybe that was his least favorite part. But these things didn’t bug his wife. Not one bit. Behind him, through […]
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