I want to tell you today about two people I care very much for. I have known them for a while, indeed, they are close friends. You may have met them already there. Writing this makes be smile. But I’ll let one of them, Daphnée, tell you, herself, how she met the other. So itContinue reading “#BlogMeMaybe: May 3 – May I tell you something about someone else? Daphnée and Sarah”
We walked around Covent Garden, a light rain falling on the already wet pavement. You signalled to me to walk into the new Apple Store, your beloved face upturned towards me, your red hair shining in the September light. The young people at the door smiled at us, one elegant man came to us, andContinue reading “#FiveSentenceFiction: Explosive”
He looked at her, she smiled, and he knew she knew. Slowly he came closer, opened the pad and started reading, in a low voice, in his smooth, disarming accent, the one he used when he really wanted to seduce, to sell, to be adopted: the last paragraph of his novel. She was listening, stillContinue reading “#FiveSentenceFiction: Tears”
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Hello and welcome to Six Sentence Sunday. Please follow the link to find the complete list of very talented authors or search #sixsunday on twitter. Happy April 1st everyone, I hope your day is full of cheeky smiles and abundant laughter. Something new… —————————– “Did you miss me?” I whispered softly against her…
At home a medical check determined he had to undertake surgery. He felt ill. A long wait was starting. Yet he had plenty to do, a business to run, projects to oversee, the occasional technical challenge, papers, spreadsheets… What he wanted was to be back in the valley, feeling the rocks under his boots, breathingContinue reading “The Page”
They found the village as it always was, quiet and yet full of life. The peaks were sparkling in the stormy sky. It rained in the evening and they had a meal at the little albergo. Sarah was smiling and girlish, as she took him to bed.