Monthly Archives: April 2016

Jacob’s River. Short Story.

It was a mild morning, the sun was shining and there was a faint breeze. The city came to life as people began to wake and get ready for the day. People rushed through showers and breakfast, still groggy from … Continue reading

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Through the Looking Glass. Short Story.

“Is the line secure?” “Yes.” “Ok, are you ready?” “Yeah. I think so.” “Ok, take a deep breath.” John felt as though the air was being ripped from his lungs, a horrible cold fell over him and then it was … Continue reading

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A Thing of Beauty. Short Story.

Ted put down the pencil and looked at his doodle, it was the same as the others, a rough sketch of a sideways triangle, which was supposed to be a cliff, a splotch of darkness above a thin line for … Continue reading

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Too Good to be True. Short Story.

Susan gagged, then coughed. That damn smell was back again. She ran to the sink and turned on the tap, after letting it run for a few seconds she shoved the plug into the hole and turned off the tap. … Continue reading

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Stuck in a Rut. Short Story.

Norman took a deep breath and released it slowly, he relaxed back into his chair and picked up his glass of whiskey, he took a small sip and sighed. Finally the day was coming to a close and he had … Continue reading

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Worlds Longest Elevator Ride. Short Story.

“The man said we were going to be stuck here for a while.” “What man?” Emma jabbed her elbow into Ashley’s ribs, “Nothing, ignore her, she’s just trying to stir up drama cos she’s bored. I’m sure they’ll get us … Continue reading

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Love Across the Distance. Short Story.

Jack stared at the screen, pausing and rewinding when he needed. The sound of her voice was perfect, like angels singing. Her skin was pale and flawless, her make up applied with artful perfection. He listened to her every word … Continue reading

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