S.K Nicholas goes deep into the woods.

S. K. Nicholas


The ripples of the lake waved like hands, and as we floated above them, the animals stood on their hind legs, howling in wild celebration at our approach, and for the first time in my life, I didn’t feel like a failure or some poor excuse of a man, but a superhero ready to save the world and get the girl. Not that X needed saving. I was certain that she could hold her own in just whatever situation she found herself in. I could feel it in my coat of fur and in the bones of this body that felt more natural than the one I had lived in for over three decades. Spiralling to the ground like leaves, the fox let go of my tail and dropped a dozen feet to the shore. Plunging his feet into the mud, he shook himself and shrieked before drinking from the…

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