“Come on sweet Charley, it’s time for bed.” Her mother’s beloved voice called from the hallway. It was her mother’s voice that provided Charley with comfort when nighttime arrived. It was her […]
George entered his one-bedroom apartment, pulling Gene behind him by the hand. At least he said his name was Gene. It didn’t really matter, George supposed. Not that “George” was his given […]
Bluebells A Perilous Spring Walk Through East Vancouver
Our first ever contest is over. We read and judged all your entries in our Sci-fi Fatal Attractions contest, and I have to admit, we were impressed. It was really hard to […]
2013 The most heavenly of brews exists here on Earth, and it’s not made by angels. It’s made by man. It’s light-amber colored, sweet, and the right amount of bitter with of […]
Two Dresses A Short Story by Budgie Bigelow **** They say time heals all wounds, but there are those who would argue time creates its own wounds. Melissa was one of them, […]
Our gas station was the epitome of small-town country stores.
A beautiful short by G. Howell White.
KJ and I give each other writing prompts each Wednesday, and we have to write a piece based on that prompt, no matter what it is. We are not allowed to reveal […]
A short story by Budgie Bigelow *** “Never let a boy make you do something you don’t want to do. If he gets you alone, get away before he gets you involved […]