Childhood Fears of Life

They seemed all too real, didn’t they? The scratching on the window? The monster under the bead? Someone hiding in the closet? Who or What made that sound at night?

This is your time to share with your Bookmooch friends About those childhood fears that scared the bee-gee-bees out of you! Are some of those fears still with you today? Use poem,. prose, pictures, or whatever is your fancy.

All I ask is to not to change anyone’s work, or write over it, or cover it up. Keep within the two week time limit, and then post it to have some one else mooch it.

When this journal is full, please send it back to Debbie Hoggan (Bookmooch ID: hogganclan).


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Dreams of Fire and Falling

Art and poetry inspired by unexplained events. You have 2 weeks to complete your artistic renderings, then please relist on bookmooch under MENEBMDFF2008, so the next person can have a turn. Mene Tekel, an adult, college student , can be reached at Fireserphent at Gmail. This journal has been listed on BM under his mother’s account because she loves him and encourages the artist in him. 8izenuff or azmom875 on Bookmooch. Made from an altered travel journal from hallmark. Feel free to use the maps as well.

– Mene

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Queer Fears and Wacky Phobias

Everybody’s afraid of something. There’s arachnophobia – afraid of spiders. There’s fear of enclosed spaces – claustrophobia. These are fairly common fears, that many people share.

Now, this journal requires a little research. You are going to find a more unusual fear, and you will tell us about it. Perhaps it is a fear you suffer yourself; perhaps it’s something you’ve only heard about. A fear of cooking? Mageirocophobia. Terror of Epistaxiophobia? That’s nosebleeds. Give us the name of the phobia you’ve found to share, a description, and then have fun with it! Write a story about it. Or a poem dedicated to it. Illustrate it. Love it. Make it beautiful – make it horrible. Take a bizarre phobia and make it your own.

Disclaimer: If you fear you suffer phobophobia, the fear of phobia, please consider refraining from this journal. 😉

-Suzi (k00kaburra)

This journal appears to have been lost.


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