Employee of The Month

The lobby was empty. Other than a couple lingering dust bunnies, there wasn’t much to be seen. The floors were, as one would expect, filthy, dust turning the once rich, dark, mahoney wooden floors into a grayish color.   Hector, the one eyed doorman, who has since long passed away, stood in the doorway. With… Continue reading Employee of The Month

Wakie, Wakie

Freeze, okay, that was a little much, but before you read this, have you read Take A Hint? Perry opened their eyes and immediately snapped them shut again. “Jazz turn off the light!” Perry groaned, trying to roll onto their side. “Baby no!” Jasmine yelled as she jumped up from her seat at Perry’s bedside.… Continue reading Wakie, Wakie


Wait a second. Before you dive into this story, have you read The Doctor's Office? Perry sat on the examining table, their eyes sealed shut. With their shirt and binder discarded on the side table, Perry fisted their hands at their side and took deep breaths. ‘This is all part of the process. All part… Continue reading Dr.Roman

The Best Family

Wait a second! Have you read 'Home Sweet Home' yet? WARNING-This post mentions self harm and suicide. Nothing descriptive, but still mentioned. Myles leaned back in his chair, hands falling to his belly as he sat back.   “Mom the food was amazing!” He said, looking at her.   “I know, I made it.” Rose… Continue reading The Best Family

Home Sweet Home

The New York City pavement was so hot you could fry an egg on the sidewalk. Bells from bicycles dinged as children rode through the streets. In the distance, the familiar jingle of the ice cream truck played on repeat, exciting the neighborhood kids as it drew closer and closer.    Myles Grace pulled open… Continue reading Home Sweet Home

Her Name Isn’t Important.

The hotel lobby oozed of class and elegance. With snow-white, marble floors, so shiny you could see your reflection, and the golden ceiling hanging high above their head, Lance Miller felt out of place.    Raising their arm, Lance pushed back the sleeve of their cardigan, they check the time on their watch. Four P.M.;… Continue reading Her Name Isn’t Important.

I’ll Come To You

The little specs in the night sky sparkled like diamonds.    Standing in the window, Myles William sipped on the amber-colored liquid surrounding the ice ball.    Lawrence The Band spilled through the speakers, soothing Myles. He’d had a long and exhausting day at work; filled with his hot-tempered boss barking orders, and making messes,… Continue reading I’ll Come To You

The Best and The Worst

“I can’t see the future anymore doc.” Joey said as he stared out the window.   The heat coming from the old heater made him feel like there was a witch in his stomach, brewing up something awful.   Though he was facing away from Dr. Kell, the click of Kell’s pen, and his wool… Continue reading The Best and The Worst

Ash and Maxine

The door slammed shut, a mixture of a moan and a groan slipping past Maxine’s lips into Ash’s mouth.    This was wrong; Maxine and Ash knew it too; hence why they were doing it in the darkness of Ash’s old bedroom.   Below them, on the first floor of the overpriced Musume, Ash, and… Continue reading Ash and Maxine

How Did We Get There?

The bed might as well have been a block of ice. With her back to Russell, Shauntell stared straight ahead at the blank wall.   She didn’t say anything and honestly, she didn’t need to; her position in the bed, back to Russell, knees curled into her chest, did all the talking for her. The… Continue reading How Did We Get There?