Family matters

We know how these meetings with family are not always easy to handle; they don’t always end the way we think they would…. People get angry. Others get disappointed. And some others state their case and prove their point with too much fervour than is absolutely necessary…. But that’s what families do, right? Because in…

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Second chances

He was only a teenager, but he had dreams for the future. And one solid ambition — To be the best engineer in the world. Science was kind to him. He had a sound understanding of the subject. By his fourth year in secondary school, he was already tutoring, helping students get ready for their final…

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The Vintage Wren: January

(A novel by Chautona Havig) Cassie Wren is a thrifter extraordinaire, a convenience queen, and a legal assistant. She was the kind of girl who used paper and plastic everything — forks, knives, spoons, cups, towels, napkins, etc. — “to save water, since I’m rarely home”, she would say. That notion was challenged while shopping with her…

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Ode to the WriteLife

We’ve been told that from outside the view is delightful, nearly enthralling, and with a sublime vision of what it’s like to be inside ─ A cabin in the woods, far away from all that’s wrong with modern civilization… well, apart from the computer, and electricity to power the computer, and some modern way to…

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