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A better day

“Tomorrow will be a better day, that’s what I heard mom say to┬ásomeone on the phone this morning,” the little girl said as her┬ádog dance around her. 91 more words


Whistle-Stop Tour of the Lost and the Broken

In a small house near the edge of the city a young woman lies awake feeling the hard stone of hopelessness settle into her chest, searching the cracked, pale yellow ceiling for some way to escape. 534 more words


Memories - A Short Story

Note: I wrote this last year for a piece of IGCSE coursework. I have yet to touch it up, and may rewrite the themes and ideas as a longer and more elaborate piece of prose to publish later. 886 more words


From the Green Notebooks, Excerpt LXXVIII

The Partnership

Ben had wrenched his knee on the trail, so Sue Calefleur had left him resting at the saddle junction while she’d gone off in search of water. 442 more words

The Green Notebooks

Pen, Book & Typewriter

Written by Svetlana Butnaru

Pen and Book are fighting over who is the most important between them.

Pen is handsome, supercilious and an absolute hipster full of ideas, opinions, and good manners. 54 more words

Very Short-Stories

From the Green Notebooks, Excerpt LXXVII

Surprised Man

The lights snapped on with a forceful crack, illuminating a gallery filled with human bodies.

Gareth Portal pushed the old iron and wood door closed and gestured at the room with his hands palm up. 378 more words

The Green Notebooks