A rainbow awaited each contestant at the end of the hallway. The holographic show of colors mesmerized even the most desensitized knight – a cruel trick so close to the end. The clink and clank of the armor echoed in the cavernous maze of hallways. Hidden eyes followed James as he struggled to run in … Continue reading Other Side of the Rainbow
Person 1: Don’t you want to be a published author someday? Person 2: Why would you post your unedited short stories online, shouldn’t you wait until you get better at editing and submit them to publications? Person 3: I don’t think this is a good idea. Fine, you got me, I’m all three. Over … Continue reading Going Bananas and Nuts Indoors – with a recipe
“Before you freak out, the door was open,” she said as Andres walks in the apartment. Behind him, Ana tugs him back and takes out her cellphone like a weapon. “Who the fuck are you? We’re calling the police right now,” Ana said to the mystery woman in their apartment. “You know who I am, … Continue reading My Beautiful Friend from NOLA
“A room,” said a bulky man with a five-o-clock shadow. “It’s a room?” Jose replied from across the commuter train table. “A room, just a room,” the man responded dragging the word “room” like he was trying to make them sound like far away waves. “I don’t get it,” Jose knew this man; he sat … Continue reading Ossuary
It started as a headache. His eyes burned like a flash of light, stunned him. He struggled to remember where he was and what he was doing at that moment. He could only see bright white light with dark blue around the edges. He forced his eyes closed, lifting his cheeks and his glasses. He … Continue reading 21 Century Man
“I’ve never seen a house like this one,” a woman in a pink jacket said, letting out puffs of warm breath on the cold cloudy day. “I built it, brick by brick, as they say,” said a tall slender man opening the front door. The house’s unique style never settled well with the neighbors. The … Continue reading Brick by Brick
If you walk down Central Street and veer towards the left, you’ll see a small, unassuming shop at the end of an alley. The old cobblestone street is lined with derelict storefronts that the city pretends are just vintage by designating them “historic” with a shiny plaque. You can’t tell the store is a toyshop, … Continue reading The Toymaker’s Curse
It’s a rant about Animal Crossing, baking, and a recipe for apple pie. Continue reading Animal Crossing and Baking Therapy – with a recipe.