The Memoirs of Obediah Fred - The Dog That Became a Man

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An introductory short story in an ongoing short story series. The adventure follows Obediah Fred as he battles with questions of life, meaning, deity. These questions and more lead him into a variety of difficult situations where he must make choices which define who he is and will be.

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