The Wishing Map 2

They say, “If you can’t explain a thing—it didn’t happen.” And yet…

Mitch Teemley

Wishing pix-Title-(framed)

Note: To read the Preface and Prologue to The Wishing Map first, click here.

The Wishing Map

Chapter One: The Double Moon

“Zachary Zinn rode like the wind on his faithful steed, El Furioso,” Zack narrated as he pedaled. Zachary Zinn wasn’t his real name, of course. It was his alter ego, a super-hero with a crooked grin and muscles like veiny boulders, disguised as an ordinary kid, who bore a striking resemblance to Zack. El Furioso was the winged, midnight-black demon stallion Zinn had saved from Hell.

Zack had been drawing pictures of ZZ and Fury for two years. One day he’d publish his first comic book, and the rest would be history. In the meantime, he was Zachaeus Elliot Dore, named for the shortest guy in the Bible.

To Zack, imagination was everything, and pretend was the fountain through which imagination sprang to life, but recently that fountain…

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About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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2 Responses to The Wishing Map 2

  1. Hi Mitch – I posted the other day and sung your praises in my post. Not sure if you’ve had a chance to check it out yet. 😎👍

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