For this week’s Wednesday Write-in at Cake. Short and Sweet Prompts: jungle :: matchbox :: sparrow :: hog :: mull How predictable is it to think that right after high school world will knee in front of you? Well, I should say, fairly predictable. Driven by the anxiety of unknown and pushed by … Continue reading Short story. How I got my first job and lost my best friend.
With no disrespect for those who practice law here is my short story for Wednesday write-in at Cake. Short and Sweet. Prompts: fly in the ointment :: suspect :: fairytale :: green :: shame I remember clearly that time when I was still a human: caring, loving… still a child. I could be brought … Continue reading Short story. Dirty lawyer.
Something short (almost too short), motivating and moving for Wednesday write-in here For more postcards from around the world click here Prompts: mistake :: baggage :: curlew :: tear :: shatter When the clock strikes eighteen – it is time to go. No matter what they say, or how it is supposed to be … Continue reading Let’s DO this!
More of a personal essay for this Wednesday write-in. Childhood memories. porcelain :: flex :: shadow :: strawberry jam :: frozen We all have different perception of pride and achievements. At this very point of my life, right at this moment, while my mandarin orange marmalade is boiling down, I know that my grandma … Continue reading Grandma will be proud and that is all that matters!
After quite a long break I am making it back with this simple, easy to read piece. Nothing special at all, but it gets better as soon as you step back on your writing path. Enjoy! http://cakeshortandsweet.wordpress.com/ Prompts murky :: favourite mug :: hasty :: myth :: :: murder Useful habits They say … Continue reading Useful habits. Wednesday write-in.
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.