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Travel then Die

I feel time bumming her because she does not understand the concept of meaning of life. I say, in all my wisdom, that she ought to find something of meaning not in thinking but in doing things, even if she feel she must be thinking about them. 463 more words

Short Story

The Frog - Dardo (aged 7)

At my grandparent’s house there are frogs. I only see them at night.  They are big and green and they live in the watering can.  My favourite part about frogs is you cannot see their ears because they are behind their eyes.   11 more words


Custody Battle *expletive deleted*

Kylie heard there were people who actually had the luxury of choosing whether or not to be a f**king @$$hole. She, unfortunately, was not one of those lucky $#itheads. 1,730 more words

Creative Writing

Agent Andersen: Log 04 - Clues

We live as we dream- alone. While the dream disappears, the life continues painfully.
The elderly woman had stared at us as she attempted to unlock the large doors. 568 more words


The Struggle of Creativity

Ugh. I haven’t been blogging as much as I would like. I haven’t done as much writing for my short story as I would like. The words just haven’t been coming to me. 287 more words

Through My Window by Jayne Rylon

Through My Window

Jayne Rylon

Red Light series Book 1

Kindle Edition, 2nd edition, 49 pages

Published June 18th 2014 by Happy Endings Publishing (first published September 2010) 319 more words


Wednesday Writers Wisdom: Interview with Elizabeth Yon

Did you enjoy last week’s guest post from author Cassidy Frazee? Are you enjoying the series? I’d love to hear your suggestions on how to improve the series, or if you are wanting to guest post or be interviewed, or maybe you wonder if anyone else feels the same way you do, all you have to do is… 1,974 more words