Dear Four Eyes
Monday . The day of the week that everyone dreads because it's the start of a new week of school . I lay in bed , thinking…
The World Of Beatrix Potter
In this article we will cover the world of beatrix potter, probably the most well-known children's author ( and artist…
High Wind
It was chill in the pre-morning dawn as Lakota crept from his den. Knowing the way the temperatures can fall after…
Neldo's way (I)
It was not the only way we had to preserve our dignity, indeed... I mean, Neldo's way. And even though it was a hard…
A Matter Of Justice (1)
I've lived well, I must say... Can not complain about it. Sometimes, in hours of deep silence, I think I can assert…
Native Aspen
Many years ago, in the hometown of the yard, I planted some poplar trees. Early spring season, although the winter…
Short Fiction Articles (37)
Become A Fiction Writer With Self-paced Online Instruction.
Become a fiction writer with self-paced online instruction that will teach you everything you need to learn! Published authors learned to write, decided they wanted to write, and they WROTE! Learning to write, or learning anything in this age is easier than it has ever been. Using the internet; you…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Feb 27, 2011  
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Dear Four Eyes
Monday . The day of the week that everyone dreads because it's the start of a new week of school . I lay in bed , thinking scrambled thoughts . What shall I face today ? Another day of school another day of torture . I untangle my tight curly…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Mar 18, 2014  
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Aint Room Enough Out Here for the Two Of US
The dust swirled across the prairie as I pulled back the hammer on my Henry repeating rifle. From my position on the ridge, Buck was probably a half mile way on horseback. Maybe one in a thousand people could make this shot stationary on the ground, but I was not…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Nov 05, 2011  
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Little Eddie Lee - A Suspenseful Short Story
Every night around twelve thirty, five year old Eddie Lee gets out of bed and sneaks into the kitchen to get some chocolate chip cookies. He has done this every night for the last couple of months with uncontested success. His mother and father never catch him. He is convinced…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Jun 17, 2013  
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Our Favorite Nigger(1)
Every morning his brothers had to struggle to get him up. Always the same dilemma... During the planting and also in harvest time. In fact, because of this daily repetition of such an irritating nuisance, they swore to themselves and to each other, make him to desist of the pursuit…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   May 19, 2015  
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Workin the Night Shift
That damn alarm it must be 9:30 Johns heavy hand hits the black box and it stops screaming and he’s down for another five before he actually gets his ass out of bed, night shift. John heads to the wash room he hears his wife getting him his coffee and…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Aug 13, 2012  
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At the Traffic Light
And any given day is also the very first sigh of life. Right there, in those millionths of seconds and a few thousands of minutes vehement longings of a life are compressed. I will not say of desires 'cause they live in the dreams... It will be better, and even…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   May 21, 2014  
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Lesbian Fiction Books - From Origins to Today - Lesbian Fiction Books Increase In Popularity
When did it start? - First examples of Lesbian Fiction The well of Loneliness (1928) by Radclyffe Hall is considered to be the first English language work of lesbian fiction or that at least had a lesbian theme, therefore can be considered the first of the lesbian fiction books. This…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Nov 08, 2011  
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The Woman With The Red Hair - A Subway Story
Got on the New York subway the other day after a hard days work. As soon as the doors opened, I was one of those rushing to find an empty seat. I just beat a huge man to a spot who was wearing a snug grey suit that was cut…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Jun 20, 2013  
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Our Favorite Nigger (2)
A couple of books had taught him to have a dream, a longing. Into a torn bag which he carried wherever he was, he took away four books whose pages made his heart to throb. There they were at hand: Mr. Stevenson and his exotic treasure's seaching; the adventurous Twain;…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Jul 02, 2015  
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Gone Camping
It was starting to get dark and Jeff has been gone a long time. Jeff said he was going to do a little afternoon hunting and would be back before dark. Kay was starting to get really worried. She is not an experienced camper, but Jeff said after a few…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Dec 14, 2014  
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A Matter Of Justice (1)
I've lived well, I must say... Can not complain about it. Sometimes, in hours of deep silence, I think I can assert it because of my peers sayings, for they never seemed to me honest praises. It is also true that I could have been a victim and a user…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Jul 31, 2014  
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What Would Life Be Like Without Today’s Technology? Today’s Book Readers
I absolutely love technology. It has impacted my life profoundly. We all have to have some level of entertainment in our lives. Whether it is watching TV, movies, or reading a book. We have gotten use to having access to many forms of entertainment instantly by being connect to the…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Nov 24, 2011  
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Almost Typical
8:05 AM - "Daddy, can I have $80.00?" Amy said in a timid, childish voice. "What?" Marvin said groggily while rubbing his eyes. "Can I please have $80.00?" this time spoken with a little more confidence. "Why do you need $80.00?" said Marvin, as his vision cleared just enough to…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Aug 05, 2013  
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8-6-09 Eleven Point River
8-6-09 Eleven Point River-day 3 by D. Cummings Zuch Bright and beautiful weather find the fish jumping around my boat all day. A young deer stood on the bank and watched us paddle into a treacherous curve. She fled when Karla lifted her rudder with a clunk. Two blue herons…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Jun 01, 2011  
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Neldo's way (I)
It was not the only way we had to preserve our dignity, indeed... I mean, Neldo's way. And even though it was a hard thing of admitting, we had to get used to such a reality. Neldo's way! My, how dreadful! -"Let's admit it, let's admit it..." we said to…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Oct 22, 2015  
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The Pain Behind the Beauty
Beatrice lives in a Tudor house that she inherited from her grandparents at the end of my street. She rarely ventures outside except when she has to have her monthly medical check-up and even then, a van will pick her up and the driver will beep his horn twice and…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Nov 07, 2012  
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A Matter Of Justice (2)
And I remember at the noon hour of a certain day, when my criteria was a miscellany stalked by hunger, I received the first issue of the week. It was a matter of blasphemy. The offender, I was told, was an individual who did not seem to be on his…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Sep 10, 2014  
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The World Of Beatrix Potter
In this article we will cover the world of beatrix potter, probably the most well-known children's author ( and artist ) ever. The world of Beatrix Potter started in Victorian England where she did not go to school - she was taught at home when Her brother was sent to…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Jan 10, 2012  
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New Revelation
Thoughts on the birth of my first grandchild - September 2012 - Written April 2013. They sat with their faces just inches apart. The younger, eyes crossed to focus on the nose of the elder, his head cradled in one large hand. The old man leaned forward slowly, deliberately, until…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Aug 13, 2013  
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Medical history
If you read this, you will know that I do not write them. Someone drives my right hand against the will of its owner. This "someone" does not give me rest, forcing to take paper and pen, alone at night on the second floor of a small country house. Pen…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Aug 22, 2011  
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Native Aspen
Many years ago, in the hometown of the yard, I planted some poplar trees. Early spring season, although the winter has gone, spring is still very steep. I behave digging watering, sapling righting, compacted soil; looked at the tree neat Qi straight to the trees, can not help but be…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Sep 24, 2015  
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The Most Famous Literary Pseudonyms
It is a fact of common awareness that many famous writers signed and published their books under certain nicknames, or as we recognize them – pseudonyms. There were various reasons why and what for literary “celebrities” decided to hide their identities from public audience, as well as some pseudonyms choices…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Apr 11, 2013  
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Settling the West
My name is Amy Andrews. I came to Sawtooth to marry Sid Davis. I am past my prime and so I applied to the matrimonial agency in the local paper. Sid answered and said he need a wife to care for a 2 year boy. The mother had passed and…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Nov 03, 2014  
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The Antiques Book Shop
Out side my window and across the street lies a small antique book shop. The sign is hand painted and it is obvious the books shop is loved but it looks rather humble and as if no one ever visits. One enters from the street and must descend down marble…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Apr 25, 2012  
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High Wind
It was chill in the pre-morning dawn as Lakota crept from his den. Knowing the way the temperatures can fall after nightfall in the high country urged him to build a shelter in the hollow of a burned out tree from years ago. He was lucky to find this one...…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Sep 05, 2013  
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Cadillacin: A Short Story
“Got those highway blues, can’t you hear my motor runnin’? Flyin’ down the road with my foot on the floor.”--The Doobie Brothers, “Rockin’ Down the Highway”Driving down the road in a cool machine. Probably the greatest feeling a man can have. The freedom to go anywhere, do anything, and turn…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Oct 25, 2011  
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Know All About the Serial, Sumit Samhaal Lega
"Sumit Samhaal Lega" is the latest Hindi serial on Star Plus channel. It has recently been launched with a lot of fanfare and promotional activities. This way a lot of hype had been created when this serial was introduced. This is why it had good initial viewership. And the good…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Sep 29, 2015  
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Why Flash Fiction is the Future
If you have ever watched television you might have noticed the increasing popularity of shows that focus on short 2-3 minute skits. Shows like Robot Chicken or Mad are increasing in popularity, and creating a raving fanbase. This is because the internet, and more precisely youtube and twitter have lowered…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Apr 16, 2013  
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The Other Light
No, I can't really assure if he was somebody's friend... And yet we'd seen him talking to everyone in here... Saw him laughing to exhaustion; and also lent a hand when a Goddamned blind man needed to cross the street... In fact, given those light details, the sensation -at least…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Short Fiction   Mar 11, 2015  
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In spite of our irreversible wittiness, we're unable to make all the suspicions were focused on others…
Funny quotes even at work when folks have none uniform times in collaborating or affiliating with…
"In no time I'll be another kind of person...- told to herself a pretty lovely lady as she was lying…
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The Johnson farm is deserted now, has been for a couple of year. The Yard is dead and over grown.…

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