Saturday Reads

Saturday Reads…

Let’s dive into the fiction archives today!
There are so many great fiction selections to choose from. Please don’t forget to Like your favorites and show your love to our authors ♥

SUMANGALAMATA

(Woman Well Set Free!) Mary Bailey allowed herself to be led by a man with a lung disease down to a small cell on the shores of the Ganges as if she was born to it.True, her varicose vein was giving her merry hell but she ignored it, just as she had for the last…

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Ivy Becomes a Crone

Ivy Becomes a Crone By Liz Betz Wine glasses in hand, they toast the cell phone camera, that the waitress agreed to operate. The moment is worthy for social media.“I’ll post it now. No time like a…thap.” Michele says.It’s been a long time since Ivy’s heard that lisp, and she doesn’t remember Ariel’s mole so…

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THE DAY INTERNET DIED

It was widely known that Internet had been ailing for some time. Its poor health had made it rather slipshod in the execution of its duties. Some had to endure days of frustration until an online connection was established, while for others the connection kept going on and off every second, like a flickering light…

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The Day Death Died

The Day Death Died

Fiction By Boris Glikman It was widely known that Death had been ailing for some time. Its poor health had made it rather slipshod in the execution of its duties. Whole generations were being taken away in the flower of their youth, while other people were living for an extraordinarily long time – over 400…

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The Great Switch

After the cataclysm took place, people, or rather the beings that people transformed into, would refer to it as The Great Switch. When these beings recalled how the world had been before The Great Switch, what struck them above everything else was how blind they’d been in those times. Back then, religious teachings and scientific…

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