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The Game: Beta Testing (Awakening: Fractured Memories)

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The Game: Beta Testing is an 8,000 word short story.

Once a year, the Council frees up the media broadcast to feature government approved entertainment that is put on by various schools in an effort to draw in additional funds for educational purposes. However, not all students are fighting for a piece of the limelight.

A reluctant Seth Wright is thrust into the hero’s role
Kindle Edition, 28 pages
Published May 1st 2013
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When we think about education and high school, our minds often picture studying and sitting through classroom lectures.  However, perhaps the most exciting things which happen for most students in high school occur outside of the classroom.  Indeed, the many clubs and teams which are offered in schools are frequently the memories which people will recall the best and the most fondly.  One such activity which garners a lot of interest and keen excitement in most schools is the Drama Club.  In her ...more
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