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I'll Go to Hell

Jordan dropped the phone and sank down against the wall, his knees in his chest. He stared straight ahead at nothing, barely breathing. “Dead,” he whispered. 1,203 more words


Swept Off Her Feet by Hester Browne

Now, chic lit is often used with great disdain to dismiss a book. Well, I proudly enjoy most stories that would probably be considered chic lit except I just call them fiction. 453 more words



The screen door is open and I walk in. Jeremy likes it open so I don’t nag anymore. I smell spaghetti. He cooked? I hear his voice and call out. 338 more words


Monday Inspiration: How to Conquer Hardships

Creatives, like everyone else, undergo hardships. Life can’t bend to our artistic whims and we’re forced to abide by the laws of reality. There will  345 more words


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The Watchman

Heaven hung the windsock–she’d whipped it up from old fabrics–way at the back of her house, near the fence enclosing her courtyard. Right where Jasper Dye could see it. 2,359 more words

The Future of Social Media Platforms (3 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Deniz Yalim

Founder & Owner of: Deniz Yalim

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Technology Writer

If social media platforms were polarized on a scale of sentiment – positive or negative – where would the majority of its users fall? 882 more words


To Fly With A Broken Wing

It’s hard to fly with a broken wing. Common knowledge. Common sense.

But sometimes you just have to try. Force that wing to work. Convince it that it wants to go up and down and the feathers want to fan out. 218 more words