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This story was longlisted in the Second Anniversary Writing Contest in Brilliant Flash Fiction. Read More
You can find this work in my poetry book collection, "The Milky Way In Words". Read More
This is a literary fiction depicting feminity's state, when masulinity is absent. Since both qualities are supposed to be together, an imbalance occurs when one of them is absent. The story was longlisted in the Springtime Writing Contest in Brilliant Fiction Magazine. Read More
May the tender & generous blessings of He who is the author of our Salvation, & the reason for the season, be with you & with all of your loved ones not only today, but throughout all the year... This is my Easter prayer for all of you, my very… Read More
Unintentional duality gradually draws Gino into a long spiral of vicious circles and deadlocks. The only way to survive in this whirlpool seems to accept it as a rule of life. Read More
A little taste of what i've got for a novella I am planning. Read More
Nothing is new under the sun. Another different take on the same repressions we all experiencing. Read More
A retired Physics professor builds a cabin and a science laboratory near a pond. While there he spends all of his time trying to "apprehend the mystery of the universe". But when a mystical puzzle arrives in the mail, he switches his focus and for years obsesses over the puzzle--until… Read More
A nameless man is a servant to time. Read More
CAUTION!!! STORY CONTAINS EXTREME VIOLENCE and SENSITIVE SUBJECT MATTER!!! I've touched many subjects as a writer. I've always tried to not write about the same thing twice. This can be challenging after a while, especially when you're number one rule is "write what you know". In an attempt to spawn… Read More
no religious leader understands the wisdom of God Read More
Rafael is one of the smartest kid in Denometro High School, he study every day and not giving himself a bad thing to do but playing video games and having fun for himself. The only thing he doesn't like was reading books. One day, he found a note with a… Read More
This is a set-up to a story I began writing back in 2012, based loosely on the way the things were in my life circa 2009. It the original first draft I'd written, plagued with errors and bad grammar. I thought editing it would take away something from it so… Read More

Short Story / Fantasy

July 29, 2015

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The Booksie Classic House

An old man travels alone through a forest of eternal night, and discovers something extraordinary. Read More
Awarded 3rd Place in phantomhill Epic Science Fiction Contest The year is 2153: Ferrel is a 25 year old Heroine addict in a predicament like no other. He is currently 125 feet under ground in a bunker filled with several other people hiding from the surface of Earth. Above them,… Read More
Follow husband and wife duo Ayo and Tomi as they negotiate the turbulent seasons of their individual and married lives. Will they effectively manage life or will life get the better of them. Let's follow their progress! Read More
Helen Fleize and Father Henry Pauley are both new neighbors to the Earthly Delights housing edition. Except for the news that four young boys were missing and unaccounted for the neighborhood seemed quiet and unassuming. Quiet and unassuming until they meet Marvin and Ernestine Peregrine at the end of the… Read More
No time to read a whole short story today? Check out these short scenes instead. Only 35 to 75 words each! Read More
Find out why two fifth graders are so determined to possess a small grey stone. Read More
A New Year; Time for change, a new life, a new lift, new... What's the fascination with a New Year? Isn't it an opportunity to start anew? Does it always work that way? House of our own making, misery of wasted opportunity... Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

"...And there were in the same country shephards keeping watch over their flocks by night..." But in the tight & unkempt quarters of a small, lowly stable, I watched the miracle of a wonderfull & majestic birth... If you follow along with me, I will share that special day with… Read More
Roommates, Kelly & Carmen live in a big wide house with a lot of unused space, until one day in the spring, with a slight breeze blowing to ruffle their hair, they walk literary-ily into the arms of a man... Not just any man, amongst all their wanderings in… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

I am a tainted man, rehabilitated by the state. Follow me while I struggle with adapting to an unfamiliar environment. Read More
First chapter excerpt from self-published novel, If Butterflies Could See. Meet Sophia: Shy yet precocious, charming though self-obsessed, privileged but sad, your otherwise typical nineteen-year-old Brown University student. About to start her second year of college, tragedy hits when her autistic brother falls seventy-two feet off a cliff to his… Read More
Day 1. "Simple it's not, I'm afraid you will find, for a mind-maker-upper to make up his mind." - Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel) Read More
After a Jewish man dies in 1996, his Catholic friend in Paris makes an unusual request in 2015. Read More
Roopa marries Sathyam, hoping that he would help her become a doctor but as he fails her, feeling let down, she insensibly seeks lesbian solace in her friend Sandhya’s embrace. Soon, in a dramatic sequence of events, Tara, a suave call girl, tries to rope Roopa into her calling; Roopa… Read More
If passing through youth was like crossing the mirage of life for Chandra and Nithya, it proved to be chasing the mirage of love for Sathya and Prema though for plain Vasavi, Chandra's pitiable sibling, it was the end of the road. As life brings Chandra, who suffers from an… Read More
Booksie 2020 Flash Fiction Writing Contest

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