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Sunday

We had just made love on the sofa in the lobby. We had our first fight on that sofa. I loved it-  a taupe colored sofa that used to sink into the bottom on the right seat. 817 more words

Breakup

The Refuge by Ann H. Gabhart

Alone with no family of which to speak after the sudden death of her husband, Darcie is living in a Shaker community. She has mixed feelings about their traditions, beliefs and practices as well as her own religious beliefs. 404 more words

Reading

The Secret Diary Of A First Time FOF; part fourteen

This is entirely fiction. Completely.
Utterly. Except for any true bits

August 6th: 06.21am. Wake up in spare bed, having
realised two things overnight, viz (1) we need a new spare bed and (2) I will… 786 more words

Humour

Book Review-The Scent Keeper by Erica Bauermeister

I am pleased to be partnering with St. Martin Press and delighted to be on  tour for The Scent Keeper by Erica Bauermeister.

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Books

Our Entire Relationship is Ironic

Rachel Rodman

We met at a campus party — a deeply ironic campus party — which didn’t in the least seem to realize how ironic it was. 521 more words

Featured

Conning Linda: Chapter Six Part B

Mswati was talking and talking, and Omollo staring out the window at the two girls. Mswati said, “You like what your eyes are seeing, eh? Those two are not hard to get. 1,100 more words

Fiction

Review of Tom Strelich's novel, Dog logic

Dog logic; it makes sense

Some stories remind us not to take ourselves too seriously, to curb our hubris; perhaps remind us how invidious we can be. 504 more words