The Date

My name is Sarah and I am 24 years old. I have auburn hair that is long,
down my back and wavy…I generally wear it loose and flowing….my skin is
that of a redheads….apricot in colour with only a few freckles across my
nose.
I stand

COMING BACK

SUSANA CAME BACK

It was Saturday, I was at home reading, the phone rang, I watched the number on the screen, how could I forget that number, I just deleted it on the phone address list trying to forget her and a wonderful part of my life, it w

INCONSTANCY

INCONSTANCY

It was a beautiful autumnal afternoon of final of September, I don’t know the reason for which happens us equally to all when summer finishing, we try to begin new projects, new challenges, this for Susana was obsessive, every Autu

She Always Knew Chapter IV

The office was lined with floor to ceiling bookcases; even the bay window had a four-foot high bookcase in front of it. There was an old-fashioned relief globe, mounted in a mahogany frame, decoratively placed off to the left of the desk strictly for

She Always Knew Chapter III

She Always Knew
Chapter III

Steve was troubled. He wasn’t a violent man by nature although he was trained in many disciplines of martial arts. That training along with every instinct, tended toward defense. He never initiated a confrontat

She Always Knew Chapter II

She Always Knew
Chapter II

Joy was standing, of necessity, in exactly the same spot in the kitchen, as she was a day, no a lifetime, ago. This time she allowed herself the intensity of feelings that lay dormant only fourteen hours earlier w

She Always Knew

She was cleaning the kitchen, just straightening up, when she paused looking through the window toward the garage where he was going through his morning bushido exercises. It filled her with a sense of well being as she reveled in the sunlight that s

She Always Knew

She was cleaning the kitchen, just straightening up, when she paused looking through the window toward the garage where he was going through his morning bushido exercises. It filled her with a sense off well being as she reveled in the sunlight that