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Flash Fiction Challenge #3

Well, I am saddened to say that I didn’t make it into the final round of NYC Midnight Flash Fiction competition, however I am surprised that I did make it as far as I did. 1,458 more words

Aspiring Novelist

Turning Inward

People don’t realize that I tend to turn everything inward. I do not do well with shows of emotion when I am around others. Hell. I don’t do well with showing affection either…unless I am comfortable with the person. 105 more words

Writer's Blog


Words I regret saying

Are far fewer than words

I regret not saying…

Looking back

I could have never said

“I love you”


I could have never said… 116 more words


"I wait to see if they come back": Shelly and the Pain of Love

“My life’s been like a Stephen King novel.”

That was how “Shelly” described her life to me, and it turned out to be fairly accurate. 1,275 more words



Though the night be filled with bitter sorrow,
Joy comes in the mourning, in the waiting,
In the ignorance, the hesitating.
In our times of testing, God is calling… 83 more words


Wasiu Ayinde mourns deceased daughter

Wasiu Ayinde mourns deceased daughter

Popular fuji musician, Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde, has paid tribute to her daughter, Wasilat Olaronke Ashabi Ayinde, who passed on in Canada on Tuesday. 331 more words

Grieving during the holidays

Tips to Surviving the Year After the Death of a Relative or Friend

Editor’s Note: This article originally was published on Vocal.media before this Thanksgiving.  1,296 more words