The thing about comedy is that it's a form of relief.
I ran as fast as I could through the streets. My little, annoying brother and his two friends just took my best friend hostage. The worst part was they wouldn’t even have to put her feet to the flames to get at the juicy secrets. They’d just open her pages. She was my high school … Continue reading Go ahead, read my diary, see if I care
A short fable about workplace duties carried out at all costs. Heated consequences to follow.
Prepper in Demand (Part 1) By Rebecca Zornow Photo by Denise Johnson on Unsplash The granola bars were expired. Well, that was a disappointment. Many of them were a raisin variety, and, because raisins have a high sugar make up, they would have turned into energy quickly as well as provide antioxidants. Some of the bars were more … Continue reading Prepper in Demand // Short Story
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By Samantha Amenn Rebecca is in Haiti and Nicole is writing. Please welcome our first guest blogger, Samantha Amenn. Sam is an avid reader and writer currently living in Illinois. She is currently writing a fantasy novel about a revolutionary fighting for his people’s freedom and against members within his own organization that are trying to sabotage … Continue reading Creating a Great Friendship Between Characters // Craft Talk // Guest Blogger
By Rebecca Zornow Come find your next read with this guide of 14 books, most of them published within the last 12 months, and all recently read by me. The books are organized by category: Fiction, Nonfiction, and Other (e-books, young adult, collections, and scripts). Find your niche and pick your new friend. Also, if … Continue reading Find your next book with our Recent Reads Guide
In this short story for weird fiction readers, follow two teenagers desperate to leave the shoddy umbrella of their lottery-winning parents. They discover opportunity in an untested piece of corporate technology and bizarre little bugs with an appetite for amusement.
A short story for weird fiction readers that follows two teenagers desperate to leave the shoddy umbrella of their lottery-winning parents. They discover opportunity in an untested piece of corporate technology and bizarre little bugs with an appetite for amusement.
The Midnight Waddler By Rebecca Zornow Shirk shirk shirk. Kyle’s eyes snapped open as if the sound was the shrill cry of an eagle rather than tiny, frantic scratching. When he heard the noise the previous night, Kyle bolted over his wife out of bed and immediately got tangled in the damn pile of throw … Continue reading The Midnight Waddler // Short Story