A celebration of StoryADay May 2015 and its writers.
|About The Writer
|A Puzzling Murder
|A woman is found with a gun and a dead body. All the evidence is pointing to her, but her recollection of those events is vastly different. What's truth and what's fabrication?
|A couple of homesteaders are asked to shelter runaway slaves, with the slave-catcher just minutes behind.
|What Else Could Go Wrong
|Never ask "What else could go wrong?" You might just find out. For Laura, it was the last straw. And it was liberating.
|Ella With Her Love
|A little girl named ELA, wakes up with a unique dream everyday and experience her dream in the real life. One day, she woke up with a terrible dream and got worried for her love of life.
|True Colors On A Windswept Plain
|A middle-aged ranch woman finds herself dumped and left for dead on a windswept plain.
|The crew of a salvage submarine is too distracted to notice a malfunction – a story told by an omniscient narrator in 100 words(first in a series of related 100-word stories).
|The angels have fallen, and all some can do is grieve.
Rahne 'Raven' Ehtar
|"Star Trek: Enterprise fan fiction....in the wake of T'Pol's marriage, arranged in childhood, she and her human t'hy'la, Trip Tucker attempt to resolve the implications of their changed relationship.
This is a series of letters, none of which get sent."
|Shan Jeniah Burton
|The normally punctual and responsible Thomas Albae hasn't been seen for months. Where is Mr. Albae? Why hasn't he returned? And what now will happen to his farm and inheritance?
|Yvonne T. Hortillo
|Getting The Mail
|Agnes reflects that even in retirement and responsible for only herself she still lives a very domesticated life. She receives an unusual package in the mail.
Wendy de Blauw
|Coleen receives a mysterious letter in the mail...and she's not the only one. What ominous future does the information in The Letter hold?
|Flight of Fancy
|Remember your pen friend from school? A tale of what can happen when you finally come face to face, rather than the anonymity of a badly written letter in a foreign language.
|An Iroquois model watches the reaction of a father and son to his display at a museum. It's a short and somewhat whimsical look at history and our knowledge or lack of it.
|The Cosmic Highway by Finmora Westcaw
|It's time to shine brightly for all to see. They are lined up and ready to go when given the word. Meteor Showers--personified!
|Recommended by Lori Carlson
|You Are Getting Sleeeeepy by Holly Jahangiri
|A stressed writer under hypnosis finds herself mentally critiquing the hypnotist's script and improves it for herself.
|Recommended by Marian Allen
|The Lone Librarian by Marian Allen
|The Head Librarian of the Council City Living Library is unexpectedly called upon to perform heroic feats of animal rescue.
|Recommended by Holly Jahangiri
|The Dryness of An Autumn Season
|The author wrote about precious parts of her life, connecting with the autumn season. An interesting read.
|Recommended by Arfa
|Syncopated Psychosis by Chris Stolle
|A professor explores the persistence of memory, love, chemistry, and mental illness in relation to art.
|Recommended by Danni McGriffith
|Shattered Hearts by Lori Carlson
|A glass blower makes a vase for the woman he loves, but the delivery doesn't go smoothly.
|Recommended by Sonya Oldwin
|Mission Z by Chris Stolle
|"A lesson, an intriguing situation, a mission, tears, and lots of questions....
I was transported!"
|Recommended by Shan Jeniah Burton
|Life's Sunset by Lori Carlson
|A love story, and the special traditions couples have, is brought to life in a bittersweet story that tugs on the heartstrings.
|Recommended by Finmora Westcaw
|Convicts by moosestories
|Convicts exiled on an alien undergo a harrowing patrol led be a tormented commander. Very tense and creepy.
|Recommended by Sarah Cain