Life on the Fast Track – 22

Track 22: My parents make me want to lose my isht….still, I love them. What a day, was all Jasmine could think as she drove into her family home.  The one-acre plot was set up like a farm.  Her mother dabbled in farming: growing house veggies like cabbage, lettuce, carrots and herbs.  Her father keptContinue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 22”

Picture Perfect – 17

Victoria headed to Ronald’s office spurred by aggravation.  She had avoided facing Ronald for two months, even if they worked so close, it was surprisingly easy to go weeks without seeing him.  Entering his office without knocking, Victoria stopped before Ronald’s desk, annoyed by his nonchalant expression.  Fighting the urge to smack the knowing lookContinue reading “Picture Perfect – 17”

Life on the Fast Track – 13

Track 13 – There is nothing smooth about relationships… For the first time since she’d moved into her house, Jasmine discovered she had a doorbell.  The ringing started when she was busy typing at her desktop.  She kept at her work thinking that someone who would ring her doorbell was not welcome at this time. Continue reading “Life on the Fast Track – 13”

Maureen Wakarindi – EAFF Profile

The EA Friday Feature is a circle of five writers who write 1,000 word flash fiction stories every Friday and post them on their blogs.  This week, we feature these authors, as we get to know them better, and learn what inspires them to write their stories. Maureen Wakarindi from Nepenthe Maureen joined the EAContinue reading “Maureen Wakarindi – EAFF Profile”

Picture Perfect 12

Picture Perfect 12 Working with Ronald had turned into a trial.  Victoria carried a box full of name tags into her office.  She’d spent two hours arguing with Ronald. She carried one thousand pieces in the box for a conference happening in the morning.  Ronald wanted them replaced because he didn’t want the guests wearingContinue reading “Picture Perfect 12”