When he became a she – walking in love

In this era of gender politics, there are two sides to this consensus. As a Christ follower, the blog author echoes my own sentiments. Even if one may not agree with what they do. We definitely need more real love like this especially right now, in today’s world. Honestly, when it comes to coming out-…

Office Politics — The Drabble

This made me chuckle.  By Sean Dorsey “Wait a minute, that says ‘Meating at 6′.” The employees look at each other with wide eyes, and one of them rushes to the fire exit, but just as he reaches the door it bursts open, sending him flying backward into his colleagues, bowling them over as they…

My Low-Key Way of Passing Time

I haven’t had stuff that I’ve been interested enough to blog about these days. Between waiting for my polytechnic application results I’ve been baking every now and then, trying to upgrade my culinary skills for survival’s sake as well as long-term financial management purposes. Buying groceries definitely adds up to quite a sum sometimes but…

Men in Uniform

By Harsha Hegde It took her five years to come out of the shock; her husband meant everything to her. Whenever she saw him in uniform she felt proud. Same was the feeling when she saw him in the coffin. 15 years have gone by and it is her son’s turn. After all patriotism is…

Apt.

Happened to see this post just when I’ve been feeling miserable over being stuck at dialogue and not knowing how to rewrite my flash fiction. If there’s anyone who can give me advice on how to write engaging dialogue and conveying themes through dialogue, PLEASE HELP. I’m in need of a writer-to-writer pep talk today,…