Naoko never expected to have a Soulmate, let alone one she had found in so many past lives. Unfortunately, said soulmate is not her current girlfriend.
*Normally Tui would spend the christmas period in her jandals on the beach, or having a cookout in the yard with her family. This year she's shivering in her winter coat, wondering how anyone can be merry in this cold dreary hemishpere!*
When I first arrived I didn’t think it would be so difficult to hide the things I didn’t want to share. I managed quite well to begin with but as I started to make friends things began to change. Friends were good, everyone makes then, they help you blend in, help you learn fast, give … Continue reading Who Doesn’t Like The Beach? – Short Story
Waking to an empty bed first had me reaching out to search for her warmth. Meeting only coldness I lifted my head to look in the direction of the bathroom for a light. Upon finding no light I sat up in bed. The house remained silent, dark, and cold. No sign of another living being. … Continue reading As Long As I’m Human – Short Story
I’ve been watching her move from one bad relationship to another – not in a creepy stalker way, although the actuality of it might be worse, I’m the gay girl half in love with her straight best friend. It all started in high school. She was in band and I was a cheerleader who had … Continue reading Benefit Of The Doubt – Short Story
“Yeah, sweetheart, no worries. I’ll pick the kids up; you just try and get the next flight you can, okay?” Haruka grabbed her coat. She was glad to have put dinner into the slow cooker that morning so she wouldn’t have to worry about it when Daisy was supposed to be getting home. Theory had … Continue reading Return Of The Hero – Short Story
Belle inhaled, choking on the scent. She stared at the smiling woman moving in next door. She watched as some of her ‘wolves bounded over to help the new neighbour lift the heavier boxes out of the back of her beat up flat back truck.
Leah flicked the switch to send the ‘request to land’ message to the base, not bothering to check whether she got the okay. She tried not to rush through the steps to acclimatize the ship to entering the atmosphere. Changing a setting too soon could result in irreparable damage to the ship or to her.
Izzy had been captured by Pirates almost a week ago now. She had been trussed up and tied in some room or other, blindfolded. She supposed these bandits or pirates or whoever they were would want to ransom her back to her family, unfortunately for them all Izzy’s family was a lot poorer than they had been making out.
I huffed as my mother pulled the corsetback of my dress closed tightly. “You are going to be the prettiest girl at the ball” My mother whispered and kissed the top of my head, tying the ribbon to keep my dress closed. I looked in the mirror and smiled. The dress fit perfectly, all I … Continue reading Short Story: Coming Out