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About This Site
EGrabow HD is my home on the internet: serving as soap box, digital distribution center, and creative outlet. This is a place to express myself. If I like a design, have an opinion, or just want to play around... this website is where I can place it, post it, try it, whatever.
"HD" stands for "High Definition," but not in the HDTV/ consumer electronics sense. I've had this website since 2001, and in the time I've been here I've gone from teen to adult, New Yorker to Floridian, become a more spiritual person, and even discovered a desire for writing fiction. I've learned more about the man I am... as if becoming higher-definition myself. With egrabow.com reflecting this journey it was appropriate to give it the "HD" title. Besides, I like the branding.
New stuff is always popping up here... don't hesitate to let me know if there's anything I could do to make it better.
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A Sample From My Novel
I felt a whoosh and something slammed into my chest. Someone flew in between us - someone fast - nearly knocking me over. The kid stopped in the distance and stared back at us. He looked disheveled and dark hair came down to cover much of his face. My eyes were drawn to something glimmering around his neck. A chain.
A dirty and worn card had been left in my hand, bearing the image of a skeleton riding a horse. On the top the card said "DEATH." I sprung the creepy thing from my hand and it fell to the walkway. I looked up again and the kid was gone.
"It's a tarot card," Vair said.
"Don't - Don't pick it up, it might - I don't know - have some bad code on it or something!"
"Just some kid trying to mess with your head." She held the card between her fingers and it vanished. "See? Deleted. At least I got to fix one problem today."
Caffeine, Chapter 1