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Kids or not?

1 year ago, for day 59 by Kirstine Granzow Larsen β›³

I'm at an age where everyone around me is getting married or having a baby. And I'm happy for those of my friends who are doing so. I know some of them have always wanted to be parents and that's amazing, I genuinely wish them the best of luck. For...


Glenn. Short story.

1 year ago, for day 56 by Ivette Yanez Soria πŸ’Ž

By day, Glenn hosted a cooking reality tv show. Families would have to prepare a family inherited recipe and compete against each other. Gleen would help to create suspense by prodding questions at them during their right schedules, introduce the judges and generate some supposedly funny chats with her co-host....


He came in on a Wrecking Ball - Short Story.

1 year ago, for day 54 by Sophie Clark 🍟

Gon wandered through the old building. He didn’t particularly like the place, it felt...dark. It was the only way he could describe it. As he kicked a stray chunk of the crumbling wall down a seemingly neverending corridor, he was surprised to hear an oddly haunting voice. It was coming...


Hisoka and Chrollo go shopping. Pt. 2.

1 year ago, for day 53 by Sophie Clark 🍟

Continuation of yesterday's snippet. Spiders. Of course, they'd been spiders. Hisoka couldn't fault the shopkeeper’s work though. He'd even inlaid the abdomen of each with a tiny black onyx number four. The eight legs glistened and danced in the light, making it appear as if his creations were alive....


Staying. Short story (1)

1 year ago, for day 52 by Ivette Yanez Soria πŸ’Ž

The colorful doors of Notting Hill. This was his most freshest memory from childhood. A few years ago, he had find a London-based photographer with a gallery featuring these part of the city; bought the one who better matched his brain image, then had it printed in large format, framed...


Hisoka and Chrollo go shopping.

1 year ago, for day 52 by Sophie Clark 🍟

Today's friend prompt and distraction from editing: Hisoka and Chrollo go shopping. Walking through the centre of Yorknew city without access to his Nen was an experience Hisoka wouldn't forget in a hurry. He was entirely confident in his ability to defend himself, with or without it, but not...


A weather conversation. Short story.

1 year ago, for day 51 by Ivette Yanez Soria πŸ’Ž

The two of them are sitting across a table, a red and white squared tablecloth rests on it. What have you been watching lately on Netflix? Don't have Netflix, I cancelled it. I know, weird. It was just cheaper to go for Prime since I already pay for...

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