A Life In Transition
“I can’t sleep,” she said.
Then she woke.
4 hours, 48 minutes ago
The Book Blogger
It’s that time of week again, and this week there are three superb entries to take a look at, based on The Carpenters’ Yesterday Once More… 119 more words
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Richard M. Ankers
A collective sigh went up from the audience as, in turn, the lights went down. I waited on the cusp of another breath, but the auditorium remained pitch black, the diva’s final echoing note slipping away into memory. 269 more words
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Michael William Pahl
Malcolm loved The Book Nook, that rambling, rickety bookstore on West Second Street.
It was something about the smell, that universal book smell: crisp and crackly with a hint of dusty wisdom and just a touch of unexpected spice, like musky vanilla. 130 more words
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Sometimes Stellar Storyteller
A short story in response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt Blank.
I thought it would be easy to think of something to say to her, but there’s nothing. 501 more words
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Weave a Web
It was while weeding around his eggplants that Garnet received a vision from the Lord.
“Pick some eggplants and other stuff and make some ratatouille. While you are going through the process you will chop off a finger.” 97 more words
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Inside the Mind of Isadora
I’m here. Finally.
“One more item off my Bucket List”, I say to Carlotta.
My eyes can’t seem to absorb all of the beauty. The walls of this cathedral are covered with masterful art from top to bottom. 165 more words
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