‘Where Jack’ By Wallace Graham

Wallace M. Graham III
1970 Highway 138
Toone, TN 38381
+1 (901) 494-0591
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Where Jack is a fantasy short story intertwining Scottish folklore with an eight-year-old boy and his grandma. Within the short read of 2,123-words, Jack seeks a pipe and tobacco box or fear facing the anger of his overworked mother and father.

Searching their grandma’s home leaves one final place to search: the attic. With cake in hand, Jack searches the shadows for the pipe. However, he finds Roger, a brownie, hoarding and guarding his grandpa’s belongings. Without resolve, he will not overcome the angered fairy or bring peace to his parents.

Wallace M. Graham sharpened his pencil by achieving a Masters in Criminology. Living in Toone, Tennessee, he develops his writing skills through the Collierville Christian Writers Club, the Word Weavers of Chester County, and multiple edits of an unpublished novel through Writer’s Digest. Through the writing club, he self-published a short story as part of an anthology: The Baker: KT Robbins. Other official writings fall into the academic area of focus.

Thank you for taking the time to consider this short story and look forward to your response.

Wallace M. Graham III

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