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Watching Life Go By. Short Story.

Erica took a sip of her coffee and watched the woman sitting outside. Erica had seen her every day for the past two week and her curiosity was getting the better of her. She had already decided the woman looked … Continue reading

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The Struggle. Short Story.

Bill buried himself deeper under the blanket, it was a glorious weekend, one in which he had nothing to do and three whole days in which to do it. He even had the whole house to himself, Karen was off … Continue reading

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The Deal. Short Story.

Aaron tapped his foot in a steady rhythm, this was only supposed to take a few seconds, instead it had taken almost ten minutes. The woman in front of him smiled, “it will only be one more moment sir.” He … Continue reading

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Settling In. Short Story.

John struggled with the bags he was carrying, it was supposed to be Jane’s turn to do the shopping, but she hadn’t bothered, not that he was surprised. She was off doing something else, he didn’t know, nor did he … Continue reading

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Delivery. Short Story.

The timer appeared without fuss or fanfare. One night there was an empty spot, the next, there it stood. It was tall, taller than you would expect, just over eight feet tall and about six feet wide. It was completely … Continue reading

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Deal. Short Story.

Hope everyone is having a good week, I’ve been pretty busy the last while. I was down in Galway with some friends for the Arts festival, which was pretty cool. I also visited the Cliffs of Moher, which were a … Continue reading

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Sanctuary. Short Story.

Andrea pressed the doorbell and waited. After a moment, she pressed it again. This was hard enough without him making her suffer for it. As she raised her hand to press it a third time, the door swung open, revealing … Continue reading

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