Hot Insomnia by Sophie E Tallis We may be drowning in Winter waters, but last year we were roasting!
Cirrhosis of the Soul by Sophie E Tallis Alcoholic reckonings. The progeny returns to confront the monster of the past and finds the puppet master still holding the strings.
The Last Letter by Sophie E Tallis In a world bereft of humanity, one last letter remains, lying in wait, lying in hope...for a survivor to find it.
The Dust Room by Sophie E Tallis Citizen Kane and Gatsby had nothing on Addison Shaw. Reclusive billionaire, mystery man, outsider, freak. Secrets clung to him like money...
Val, Tell Me a Story No. 3: The Woods Have Eyes... by Valerie_Willis Sometimes you get that feeling you are being watched, and a lot of times it's spot on...
Three Things I Learned Whilst Losing My Job Life Lessons • by Flasherman When everything changes, what really happens? Here are three things I learned, and was suprised by, on one of the worst days of my life.
Doors by TomWilson David was mesmerised by the door to flat 45, but with no idea what was on the other side, could he be brave enough to venture through it?
I Don't Want to be a Mom Today Care & Support • by Bhnath10 How cancer took the nurture out of my nature
Old Bob's Almanac Society • by WriterBob With so many predictions being made about what 2014 will bring I thought I'd get in on the act. Remember, you read it here first.
What are Friends For?! by Kermit L Gonzalez Coming to the aid for a friend and performing backyard surgery is not as easy as it sounds.
Beneath the Burden of a Happy Childhood by stuartaken They say you need an unhappy childhood to succeed as a writer. I think that's untrue, especially if you have imagination.
Work Ain't Nuthin But Crap Misspelled. by Zoe Butler A little observation on starting work (Short story).
Coming Into Autism... Controversial • by rose.guedes.7923 One can only cope with hiding their true self for so long.
The Incident by Othniel Smith "What was the first thing you noticed about me?", she asks. Of course, he can't tell her.
Swallowing Attention by Nick Dothée Quick to medicate children: some adults come to find life's increasinly larger pills too difficult to swallow without coping mechanisms.
The Outcast's Sight by Gillian O'Rourke Prologue for my MS The Outcast's Sight - Paranormal Mystery
"It's what you said, Mom, never give up." Care & Support • by Susan Hayes A story of hope, love and inspiration. Even through death, Jillian's light shines on.
Hold your dreams close to your heart. by kateannejack For some people, making their dreams come true seems impossible.
Tiredness Kills. by David Court "Stay on target". That was it. That was what I needed to do. Stay on target.
Dung-Coloured Glasses Happiness • by Melanie Jean Juneau you just might discover that you have been acting like the dwarves in Narnia.
Top 5 things not to do in school.... by Sheepyblue Honestly, these are important and valuable rules that should be obeyed absolutely.... Just a quick piece for the challenge
Good Morning, Heartache by O'Brian Gunn A story inspired by the song Good Morning, Heartache. What happens when emotions become human and are heard as deeply as they're felt?
Freelance Writing In The Tropics by elke.. Freelance writing in the tropics can be a hot and precarious existence. (Image by Jessica Winder)
Cocktails and dreams by Greg Webster A challenge was set to write a short story about cocktails and dreams, So excuse the cliche'
Gone, but not forgotten. by kateannejack It's so hard to say goodbye when your loved ones cross that final frontier.
WHAT WOMEN’S LIB DID FOR US Feminism • by Jenny Twist Amazon: amazon.com/author/j Ruminations of a Baby Boomer
A Story of Love Letters by DiamondPheonix12 Love letters are ageless, even if they aren't real. But there is always a chance that it truly happened, and that it could happen to you.
On wings of light, I fly by kateannejack The journey from life to death is unknown. This is one possible interpretation.
My Penalty by Sera J. Lee I'm staring death straight in the face. The noose taunted me; laughed at me; stared right at me and said, “This is your penalty.”
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