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By Eddie C Morton
This was originally published in May 2007. It is about a Saturday morning at the Starbucks at 7 Corners, Falls Church, Virginia. An ethnically diverse American City. Read about the old Veetnamee Gentleman and the Japanese Stealth Barista.
Short Story | Updated Nov 8, 2015 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
A series of shorts featuring my Mother, one of the biggest fans of my writings. Of course, my Mother loves/needs her morning cup of coffee, and she has a Starbucks mug collection to boost! This is one of those days she's starting off with a hot cup of morning coffee.
By Eddie C Morton
High priced Senatorial call girl steals civil servants breakfast and lunch at a D.C. Starbucks.
By Paul Millard
The coffe shop culture just baffles me... read on to understand why.
Jordyn is trying to find a place in the big city. New York. Along the way, she finds the truth about different things. What made her sister so perfect? Who are her real friends? Who is she?
For Inlalaland's contest. (not finished)
"You shouldn't be here. You shouldn't care about me. You're my sister's love. Not mine. "
What happens if, for some unknown reason, your parents prefer your twin sister over you? Celia and Amelia are two twin sisters who are completely different. Amelia was always the preferred one and had...
Novel | Updated Jun 13, 2012 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 3
A Starbucks barista gives her musings on how people treat strangers these days.
Essay | Updated Apr 20, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Sarcastic, sceptical and stubborn Elysia Grey enjoys nothing more than proving the opposite sex wrong. The target of several crushes, bullies and general idiots, Elysia fights her way through high school with enough attitude to fill the Atlantic Ocean.
All until she meets Kaleb Matthews and Eric...
Kristian Evans has vintage written in his soul, and doesnâ€™t mind that he repeats his life again and again. Coffee, cigarettes, cameras and canvases are what he lives for.
Lewis Kingston is a collage drop-out, with a total lack of organisation and a tolerance of boredom a six year old...
By Donna Cavanagh
I guess I will always be more comfortable writing from a prison than from a Starbucks
Hey it's Courtney. I decided to put an online diary up. I feel like I need to tell someone about whats happening everyday. I don't wanna tell Jennifer or our older brother Declan. I don't want them to worry about me. So I'm gonna pour out all my thoughts in here.
Jerry has always wanted love, and he finally gets it! When he meets Aj in starbucks....
Im not sure what you call "short" but this is what i call it. Thanks! Enojoy! sorry for the miss spelling by the way!!
Short Story | Updated Apr 2, 2010 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 2
Ok, so I know this might sound crazy, but I actually had a dream about this. I had a dream where I was pretending to be an adult on eHarmony (or one of those weird dating websites) and I met a guy on there, who was like twenty three (I'm 13). Turns out, when I met him he was the same age as me,...