New York, United States
genre: Romance
This is a mostly true story. Only the names have been changed.When Lindsay was a young girl, she felt invisible in her family. Her older brother was the golden child. Lindsay pushed herself to reach for perfection, only to never feel she was seen. That lead to a lifetime of shaky self-esteem....
Nova Scotia, Canada
genre: General
Sitting in the grass under the shade of an old tree, with relaxing music playing while we wrote. We were both wearing flowing jumpsuits that felt more like summer dresses she’d bought for us.  Bees lazily flew from one flower to the next, sometimes landing on the blanket before floating away...
Ontario, Canada
genre: Romance
Sarah Morgan emerged from the tent in which her fiancé, Owen, was still sleeping to find Wendy Conway-Chisolm lighting the campfire. Wendy’s husband, Bryce, was hauling supplies up from the overturned canoes.“Tea or coffee?” Wendy asked.“Coffee,” Sarah said, though one would have thought from her...
British Columbia, Canada
genre: General
“What am I doing here?” Theresa said out loud to herself as she stared at the faded green front door just ahead of her. She pushed her hands deeper into her pockets, rocked back on her heels and looked down towards her feet. The door mat said Welcome in bold capital letters to which Theresa scoffed...
British Columbia, Canada
genre: Romance
A highly-paid corporate executive, she sits alone in her office, late at night. As the noise of the janitor’s vacuum cleaner fades off into distant corners of the corridors, thoughts of years ago take over tomorrow’s proposal plans – thoughts of a passionate affair filled with excitement and...
Ontario, Canada
genre: Romance
  I didn't want to watch but I couldn't look away. I knew you had stopped being afraid a long time ago but I was still terrified for you. This was one time I couldn't come with you, one place I could not follow. I think that may have been the worst part.  Your last breath was...
Ontario, Canada
genre: General
“ A well “, my father said, “ A dry well. Need to dry out that wet spot under the maple when it rains. Need you to dig it. Do you good. About four feet wide and five feet deep, with some good size stones for drainage. There’s stones out behind the garage ought to fill the bill….and make sure to...

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