Category Archives: Short Stories

Cybil Sees A Dragon

Cybil enjoys the open sea. She leaves on mini-vacations whenever the other scribes won’t miss her, or if she’s on deadline and needs to get away. Leaving the land, becoming an island unto itself out there in the midst of great blue waters – somehow it rests her mind, eases her dreams, and the writing …

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The Little Fireman

I’d met this brother and sister duo before this day. The Little Fireman is a young guy about four or five years-old with a sister somewhere in the terrible twos, except for the fact that she’s not terrible in the slightest. He nearly always wears some semblance of a full-on fireman outfit. Often the outfit …

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poem | simple reason

I’m only resistant To getting a nook Because it’s much easier To break than a book written 10/2/2011 at Barnes & Noble ____________________________________________ SPECIAL FEATURES I enjoy experimenting with the new forms of special features and how they help build audience. Is this something you’d enjoy reading? Please comment with thoughts and ideas.  Cindy Marie …

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I sat down to write, and a dragon flew out.

Cybil wakes up to scales and feathers bouncing from one side of her brain to another. She taps it, shakes, and just when she feels something sharp – is it a beak? – burrow out of her ear, Cybil whacks her hears with such force that whatever creature is in there surely fell unconscious. Ah. …

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