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The newly minted HR Head had worked three days and two nights to write the first draft of the HR Policy, with the objective of creating a new work culture. 118 more words

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Office | Crush | Fail

My mother always said, “Beware of broken memories.” It was a strange thing to say to a child. And growing up, I assumed the warning came from a place of hurt – my father left when I was twelve, and my brother died at birth. 1,055 more words

Jeyna Grace

A matter of choice

He came from a not-so-privileged background in the countryside, with big dreams. All he could land on, was a job in the pizza outlet, with an income just enough to pay the rent, but he never stopped dreaming. 34 more words

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Flash Fiction: A Crown of Grey and Red

“If you could even begin to comprehend where I’ve come from, you would be terrified of me.”

I took in the grey-haired woman in front of me. 272 more words


Minding the Dog...Friday Fictioneers.

Emily was minding Jess’s place. This also included her precious Border Collie, Oscar, AKA “the Surrogate Man”. Although, Jess had left copious instructions, Emily was more laissez-faire  and gave up after the first page. 195 more words


Living Dead Girl ~Chapter 2

“I’ve got a job for you.”


“A job. Get up.”

“Fuck off. I’m on vacation.”

“Get up. It’s time to work.”


I knew it was too good to be true, dammit. 692 more words


Sunday, 2pm

Thank you, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for this week’s Friday Fictioneers writing challenge. My word count is 99. 

“Theo, we should stop this. If nothing, we have to think about the children.” 86 more words