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  1. WELCOME TO DECEMBER PROJECT!last year, i carved out my own short story advent calendar as my project for december, and it was so much fun i decided to do it again this year! so, each day during the month of december, i will be reading a short story and doing the barest minimum of a review because ain't no one got time for that and i'm already so far behind in all the things. however, i will be posting story links in case anyone wants to read the stories themselves and show off how maybe someone [...]

  2. NOTE: This won't be added to my 2015 challenge as it is just too short for me to consider as a book read. I first read "The Cure" on July 8th, 2015.This was a really delightful short story. I thought that the atmosphere that Lo has created here is extremely successful and rich. I adored the voice of the main character and was really impressed with how Lo had her progress throughout the story - she was this bold woman who thought that going to a sanitarium would at least let her get out of marria [...]

  3. short story unwanted marriage, hysteria, a sanitorium, water treatment and electric shock, walks by the sea, a red-haired mystery. ande ending. the writing is stunning, if their method of escape is a little, well, surprisingee on interfictions.

  4. So Victorian* psychological treatments and a vampiric twist. An atypical combination, certainly. I'm giving it three stars for what felt like intelligent writing, but a story that I found mildly revolting. The treatments aside, I have been vegetarian way too long to cope with so much bloody steak!* I am guessing, though it could be earlier.

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