Another short story for weekly write-in at Cake. Short and Sweet. The beginning of the story is here. You’re welcome to make comments and express your opinions. Cheers! I kissed them goodnight, each one of them: Angelina, Melanie, Valerie, Sophie, Katherine and many others. I knew name of each one of them, I knew … Continue reading Mad Woman: prayers. Short Story.
This time it’s a short story featuring confession of a mad woman. And when I say “mad” – I mean it. Hope you enjoy. P.S: this is my first piece to participate at WriteOnEdge.com write-in, so hopefully it will be enjoyable. I have always loved to write diaries. I think, you might agree with … Continue reading Mad Woman. Short story.
You might think it is not big of advice, you might think I am crazy, as well. Truth is: it helps me to write and I feel the NEED for sharing it! (So bad, it itches!) 🙂 Couple of days ago I found myself sitting by the swimming pool and grasping for words. Where to … Continue reading Writing advice: NaNoWriMo Day #9
Let me tell you something, childhood is so far the best part of my life! Literally – THE BEST. I love the life that I have and I love my job (how many people can say that?!). But childhood is something special. Ironically, but I think, that everything I … Continue reading 7 things I learned from being a kid
For the weekly write-in at Cake. Short and sweet – http://cakeshortandsweet.wordpress.com/2013/11/06/wednesday-write-in-64/. Something different on the poetry side, not the best one but still a poem. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading “Let’s say it’s a poem!”
I really never thought that some of the things can lighten up your day so damn easy. All it took today: a glass of fine Japanese plum wine and a senseless fortune cookie that said “You have many talents”. Speaking of talents – what makes people think that it really matters to matter in … Continue reading …after the plum wine and a fortune cookie
How many times is it possible to start everything from a scratch, from zero, to begin your life road at this empty point A and burn bridges behind you? A friend, true and dear one, once told me that you can start everything from a fresh beginning if you never look back. Once you never go back on your promises, once you never doubt yourself for decisions you made. Once you have left everything and everyone behind.
Halloween has passed, light sugar candy hangover slept away and now is the time to review yesterday’s night. We went to see and partly participate at the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, it wasn’t as s[spectacular as I would expect it to be, not as energizing, but it was still fun and creative enough to … Continue reading Yesterday was The Day: Sinister Halloween at the Sin City
A short personal essay on one’s perspective on the society and decisions. For Cake Wednesday Write in. Prompts: hideout :: transitory :: share :: full bodied :: problem They said I read too many clever books, and that I thought too much. That I was bothering and irritating, and then almost disturbingly hated … Continue reading Make a decision and own it!
Don’t tell me I am beautiful, but be with me when world arises against my opinion, be with me when I need that walk home during pouring rain, kiss me on the side-walk when everyone is watching and let me be myself in the battles of my life and decisions. Don’t tell me I am … Continue reading Don’t tell me I am beautiful