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  • Zorella C Tyanne

    Enjoy this short romatic story by Zorella C Tyanne. “A boyfriend? Ella Murphy, our Ella Murphy, has a boyfriend?!” “Yes. Soon she’ll have a husband… and kids… and dogs, and you’ll be busy acting like you’re fine with it. What a shame, you won’t even get paid for it.” Andy sighed dramatically. “Can you cut it out for a second and tell me more? I’m dying here.” “You would know if you had an account on Instagram, like I keep telling you to. Paps caught her having dinner at a fancy restaurant last night. Look at what she’s wearing. Definitely a date. And the man definitely scored. Just look at his smug face. Disgusting!” He shoved the phone at...read more

  • Zorella C Tyanne

    Enjoy this short story by Zorella C Tyanne. Chicago He discovered it wasn’t a dream. A week of asking his parents when they were going back passed, and he got his answer when the truck with their stuff from Pennsylvania arrived. No, it wasn’t a dream, it was his worst nightmare. He wailed, sobbed, yelled, wept; did everything he was capable of. It took him months to realize this wasn’t going to change. The murky grey skies mirrored his heart and he failed to remember when he had last felt happy. Actually, he did remember. How could he not? It was the moment Emma had pecked him on the cheek. Her flowery scent had enveloped him and made him feel warmer than the blanket she had...read more

  • Zorella C Tyanne

    Enjoy this short story by Zorella C Tyanne. “Learned from the best.” She pecked him on his hat and picked up her bag to leave when his next words stopped her in her tracks. “I need some tools from the shop. I’ll text Timmy, he’ll have them on the counter before you reach there.” She looked at his gentle face and pleaded with her eyes to not make her do this but deep down, she knew it would happen sooner or later. “You can’t hide forever.” He gave her the smile he only reserved for her and she nodded and left before he could say something else. *** The workshop building stood proud with her father’s hard-work manifesting from every brick. She could see...read more