Designed by Freepik Background vector created by Freepik Happy New Year Dear Readers, I hope the first four days of this year have been good to you so far, and that 2019 will be a fantastic year full of happiness and blessings. May it be a year you come closer to your dreams or … More Happy New Year + 2019 Plans.
If you claim you don’t like books, it’s because you haven’t read the right book yet. If you have read a book and haven’t fallen head first into it’s world and become consumed by it, then you are reading the wrong types of books. Not all books are the same, they are wide and varied, … More Why You Should Read.
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! Here’s a little something for all you romance lovers out there, I hope you enjoy it. The Singles ball: I looked over at Sally. She was laughing and flirting with a tall blonde. At least somebody was having a good time. I looked up at Greg, the man I was slow … More A Valentine’s Short Story: The Singles Ball.
Anna covered her ears with her hands. She was sixteen but felt as helpless as a six-year-old. Her parents’ fighting filtered through her closed door, her hands. She closed her eyes and hummed, but she couldn’t block them out. She knew this could go on for hours and she couldn’t stand it, not for another … More A Kiss Forgotten.
Today I was reading a post from Julie Israel, which you can read at http://julieisrael.wordpress.com/2013/01/06/the-door/ that inspired a short story of my own. An image came to me that I had to write down. The words started to flow and I just went with it, not planning length or any plot. I was doing a … More I feel like I’ve run a marathon.
She stole a glance at him over her shoulder, hoping that she’d catch him looking at her. He wasn’t. His head was down, taking notes, like she should be. She turned back to the paper in front of her and tried to concentrate, but the only thing her pen wanted to write was his name. … More Crush. A Contemporary Short by R. L. Sharpe.
I fell head first crazy fast into the hole inside your heart. (A micro poem by Rochelle Sharpe.)