All things writing Misguided


Oct 29, 2020
Simi Valley, CA
You’d have to be blind or stupid not to realize that Unit 316 was no ordinary dog. Unfortunately, the men at the J.I.M. were neither, and this dog was exactly what they’d been searching for. But 316 was no fool. He understood the hearts of men, knew the danger of exposing himself fully to them, and so he worked arduously to conceal the depths of his true self. He knew his only chance for survival was to escape, for as long he was in their hands his days were quantifiable. But there was no way out. Until one day an unexpected ally renders his assistance, and 316 is free.

At a park, he finds a friend, Brooklyn Darling. He can feel her pain, hear the cries of her heart, and is overcome by a desire to see her smile. His ability to connect with her to such a degree stems from another secret, one he’d never let the scientist discover. Meeting Brooklyn, he can’t quite understand why the man in her thoughts has left her so emotionally replete. What’s the deal with humans and feelings? A nice juicy bone and a good scratch behind the ears and life is golden. But not for Brooklyn.

Together, they form a bond deeper than either of them could have imagined and with Brooklyn 316 learns to love and trust in humanity again. He wants to stay with her, but he knows the men at the J.I.M. are searching for him and as long as they do Brooklyn is not safe. He needs to tell her but how?
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Site Monkey
Savvy Crew
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Jun 26, 2014
wandering around...
Hi Delaren
Not sure if you intendted to pitch this story, but this is not where the pitches are. You head over to the Pitch pages and find an agent or editor who is interested in this genre and length. you can see all the agent and editor profiles under the Autumn Pitchfest menu item. Or from the Pitchfest notice at the top of this page.
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