Tales from the Finchbottom Vale – (31) Like a Thief in the Night (Part 16)

After that first Skype with Oliver in David’s kitchen she liked it so much that they arranged to do it once a week at David’s bungalow. Of course had she realized that she had more than enough money in her savings to buy her own laptop they could have Skyped every day.

Yvonne Makin’s House of Fun – (15) It Started with a Piss (Part 02)

As soon as Rob finished his shift he went in search of Helen and her delicious chocolate confections, to see what she was up to and, although he didn’t know it at the time, it was a particularly pivotal day in his life, as the main tenant of her performance that day was pissing.

The Picture Ranch 26

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Lurranus 2 (Part 4/4)

(Continued from Part 3) Liam looked up, suddenly interested. "What is it?" John gestured with his eyes down at the folded clothes in his arms. Liam...

A Glass Winter 1

The light filling the apartment seemed to bounce off every surface, and rebound five or six times so that the brilliance of it was almost painful...

Mr. Earl at GM

Earl Carroll was the lead singer for the Cadillacs and responsible for a great rhytm and blues line..."They used to call me Speedoo but my real name...

The Dream Castle

live and let live

Dipping Toes.

We looked at each other and smiled. It was time to take the plunge. The shy girl who whispers secrets in seashells and the lonely boy who hides from...

Lenny Mass's Branhal School Diary - Sunday 7 December - 7 PM

Sunday 7 December 7 PM Right, I'm all caught up with my homework now. Johnny sat down and opened the book called "Spells And Potions For Finding And...

Tales from the Finchbottom Vale – (31) Like a Thief in the Night (Part 15)

After two weeks of washing and ironing her clothes Gwen had become aware of the meagre selection that she had and the overall quality. With all her jobs, Wendy had accumulated a nice pot of money, Gwen knew that because she looked after her savings book, but she never did anything or went anywhere to spend it.