Wednesday, 31 March 2010

SSK Girls Story


The SSK Girls Story. Prepared for release in the USA by Dave Dexter III.

Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Series 1 at-a-glance


Series 1 at-a-glance
You can see the individual pages here.
[Note: due to bogging format they are in reverse order.]

Thursday, 11 March 2010

end of Series 1, Number 25



But I couldn't stop thinking about Melissa . . .
Melissa: Goodbye Ashley. I hope we meet again someday. I'll pray for your friend.


Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Series 1, Number 23



Ashley: I was shattered. I didn't feel up to the short walk home alone. I rang Nicola to walk with me. To my surprise she brought Victoria and Silvia with her. I was so glad to see them. For a moment it was like old times. Something was changing but I wanted us to stay together forever. We are bound together by something more than time and place and even our shared experience.

Monday, 8 March 2010

Series 1, Number 22



Lost Girls
Ashley: I was proud of what the SSK Girls had accomplished. We didn't find Emily but we did help a lot of 'Lost Girls.' It's true what they say: girls are too smart to fall out of the pram. So a massive industry exists to take us by force. This isn't a fairy tail. This is real. And I'm done with waiting for a happy ending.

Sunday, 7 March 2010

Series 1, Number 21



Letting Go
Ashley: I had to face the facts. Emily was gone. It was time to let go.
Goodbye, my love goodbye. Je ne t'oublierais pas.


Saturday, 6 March 2010

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Series 1, Number 19



Ashley: Dazed and Confused
"I was still feeling dazed after Melissa left. I sat alone. Talking to her was like confession: telling your secrets to a stranger. I felt naked and vulnerable. Everything came flooding back. The good times and the bad . . ."

Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Series 1, Number 18



Ashley tells Melissa about Emily.
I told Melissa my whole crazy story. About meeting Emily and her strange disappearance.

Ashley: Her last name is Blair, but we call her Emily Blur. I think I see her everywhere. When I'm alone I imagine where she might be.
Melissa was friendly and sympathetic.
Melissa: I wish there was something I could do. But I'm just here on a two-week school trip. I fly back to Dayton tomorrow.
We exchanged numbers and promised to stay in touch.
Ashley: Dayton, Ohio?! My mum used to go there on business.
Melissa: That's amazing! Look me up if you're ever in the neighborhood.