A Tale of Blood and Roses, Part 2, by Keira Heckman
#blood and roses #fantasy #scifi The official job title that Jake Lachlan held was “Project Manager.” It said so onRead more.
Rochford, by Steve Carr
#literary Like the sound of breaking glass, the bell above the door tinkled noisily as Mrs. Wadsworth stepped through theRead more.
The Crystal Dragon: Train to Kangding
#crystal dragon There are many thieves in the train but I am not a thief. There are always many trainsRead more.
A Tale of Blood and Roses, Part 1, by Keira Heckman
#blood and roses #fantasy There was something about the forest that had always felt comforting to Rosalind. Maybe it wasRead more.
HIRAETH, by Kerri Caldwell
#literary #Mental health 8 years I’ve been in therapy. 7 years is how long H has been my therapist. 6Read more.
A Girl You Couldn’t Hurt, by Con Chapman
#literary It was probably Dean who was responsible for him being where he was right now, he thought as heRead more.
The Crystal Dragon, KTV: part 3, by Edward King
#adventure #crystal dragon “Alex!” Hammer called. “Emily!” said Emily. “Hammer?” “Emily?” said Hammer. “I go by Emily now,” said Emily.Read more.
1946, by DC Diamondopolous
Snowflakes blew sideways down Main Street in Richmond, Virginia. It was Valentine’s Day. Newlyweds, James and Betty Smith cuddled insideRead more.
The Crystal Dragon: KTV, part 2, by Edward King
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What’s Your 20? by Mary Ellen Gambutti
#creative nonfiction #literary On a hot June day, out in the fresh hardwood and hemlock shaded forest roads, our bus-fullRead more.
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