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Leap Day

“Wake up, it’s finally February 29.”

I set that reminder in my e-mail four years ago when I first met him. One rainy evening, I decided to abort my nightly plans of immediately rushing home after a day’s work. 1,218 more words

Senses

More Short Stories Coming This Month

Hi there, it’s Mielonen. I started posting short stories on my site recently, and like I’d stated in my Short Stories page, I will be posting short stories once a month, but for now, I’ll be posting them in a rapid succession for a while until I slow down to work on my other projects, like… 293 more words

Novel Updates

THE TRAVAILS OF A NIGERIAN BRIDE.

Hello! How was your previous week?

Let’s get to today’s topic which is a common experience among Nigerian brides talking about what they face and how they are been turned into slaves in their in laws home. 670 more words

Short Stories

Flash fiction: "Reaping the rewards"

Life had never been better for Ray.

He had everything he ever dreamt of and more. And he was reaping the rewards of a lifetime of hard work.’ 316 more words

Flash Fiction

CARDIAC AFFLICTION.

What I have learnt being with you.

  1. When I fell in love with you, I fell for the good, the bad and the outright hurtful. Nevertheless, I only chose to focus on the positives- you made me laugh, you made me smile, and you made me dream.
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Breathing.

The Professor at Lewis Hall

by Angela Kempe

That was rude. I’m not a morning person either, but didn’t have to give a dirty look.

Dr. Gallegos watched the student cross the street and vanish into the distance. 516 more words

Flash Fiction