Perceptions: a short story

Perceptions: a short story by Pamela Olivia BrownPerceptions: a short story

Carol is disturbed by her violent dreams and taking out her frustrations on her wife and daughter, Khalinda.

Khalinda learns the meaning of the dreams from an unexpected visitor, but keeps this from her mother. Will Carol figure it out to gain peace of mind and bring her family together?


Washington, DC

I wanted to write a story where the main character met her grandmother while in astral projecting. It didn’t feel authentic when I started writing because I had not mastered it. I still haven’t. The story shifted and developed around seeing and hearing spirits, which is how I communicate with them. There are elements of my life in Perceptions, but it is not autobiographical. Writing paranormal feels natural because it mimics my life.

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