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Same Can't Wait

His feet made little sound as he slowly walked across the floor. He had opened the front door slowly and quietly, turning the doorknob at a snail’s pace. 106 more words

Parastory

The Rush Hour.

People pass by.
Hundreds of people, millions, I lost count.
People are rushing, chasing or running away from some invisible force which I reckon as time, or fate, is it? 96 more words

Burls

Here is an excerpt from one of the short stories included in my manuscript packet submitted to a handful of graduate schools. It was originally written in the Spring of 2012, and has since been revised a number of times. 756 more words

Fiction

The Brother: Gilly

The ring in my pocket felt like a burning iron, about to melt through my pants and brand my leg. I carried it around with me for days on end and every spare moment I had I would take it out, flick the box open and stare at the arrangement of diamonds. 1,573 more words

Fiction

ANGEL COMES OUT

Based on the story that is sad, painful and true, Rich Paschall, Sunday Night Blog

Angel was a handsome boy who had a secret he desperately needed to keep.  1,162 more words

Family

Rich Paschall reblogged this on Sunday Night Blog and commented:

A story I wanted to write for a long time became my most viewed story of the year by far.

BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON, PART FOUR OF FOUR

“Shit!” Her father said into this new silence. Her father dismounted Buck quickly and immediately Path was there, standing at her father’s feet. The dog whined. 1,271 more words

SAFE HOUSE

by Amy Skelton

Editorial Note: The situations described in this story is all too common. Safe houses now exist in many cities and small towns, but clever abusers can all too often escape the justice system and wreck the lives of the innocent. 3,649 more words
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