Connecting with his only friend, Thomas Marlowe felt a sense of relief that he wasn’t the only Valor College student to make the ‘experimental’ switch to Glendale. While he was more than eager to join a college full of beautiful women, he wasn’t too thrilled at the thought of navigating new surroundings without at leastContinue reading “New On Campus (II) by Cortney Joseph #ShortStoryAugust”
“A long, a long time happening. I’ve been waiting, hoping, praying… and it finally happened.” – Tammi Terrell She left him at a loss for words, entranced. A feeling building, one that he hadn’t felt for any woman in his life. Suddenly all that he’d thought was true and great love seemed subpar. “What’sContinue reading “At ‘First’ Sight (Pt. 3) by Cortney Joseph #ShortStoryAugust”
“Honey, I found something. Yes, I’ve found something. All that I ever wanted, I found in you. Everything, everything about you makes me wish for the days gone by.”– Marvin Gaye Wesley waited patiently, checking his watch every few seconds as he stood before the large French styled door. He knew that he couldn’tContinue reading “At ‘First’ Sight (Pt. 2) by Cortney Joseph #ShortStoryAugust”
“Lord, what a difference a day makes. Twenty-four little hours brings the sun and the flowers where there used to be rain.” – Tammi Terrell Much to her aunt’s chagrin, Sadie spent the majority of the morning locked in her room. She would not accept apologies, would not open for her weekly doctor’s visit,Continue reading “At ‘First’ Sight (Pt. 1) by Cortney Joseph #ShortStoryAugust”
Excited and mousey chatter found it’s way throughout the main entrance of Glendale College as young women anxiously awaited the arrival of fresh faces and masculine bodies. Most had spent all of their formative years in an array of schools for girls, and the joyous news of cohabitation with the opposite sex spread like wildfire. Continue reading “New On Campus (Untitled Novel Intro) by Cortney Joseph #ShortStoryAugust”
He chuckled lightly, allowing his personal problems to dissipate for a moment as he focused his attention on his daughter. Though she would never say so, he knew he’d been doing poorly as of late, leaving her to fend for herself when he should have been holding himself together just for her, if for no one else.