J for Jealousy


Prompt: Your character is in the middle of a messy divorce.  His/her divorce lawyer has advised him/her not to move out of the house because doing so could negatively affect his/her divorce settlement.  His/her spouse likewise refuses to move out, so the two are still living together.  When your character starts a new romantic relationship, this complicated arrangement becomes even more complicated…

So how does Jack and Helen sort it out? Or do they sort it out? Find out more and check out the story at J for Jealousy

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F for Fate


Prompt – Every evening, when she goes to the parking garage of her office building, your character finds a new love note tucked under the windshield wipers of her car.  These love notes are very beautiful and fill your character with powerful emotions.  But they are all addressed to “Caroline”.  Your character’s name is Melissa…

Everyone likes when someone appreciates them. That is human quality and we cannot hide from it. But what if someone appreciates you but names someone else? You know your qualities are being appreciated but why is someone else’s name being taken to address you? Are those appreciations really for you? Or is it a case of mistaken identity? What would you do? What did Melissa do?

Read on at F for Fate to figure out what happened next.

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Book Review “Willakaville: Amazing Adventures of Astronomical Awesomeness” by Mathew Heinecke


Blurb:

Welcome to Willakaville! An otherwise normal town turned upside down by crazy, silly, strange and supernatural wackiness. Amazing adventures of astronomical awesomeness has it all! Adventures, magic, mystery, time-travel, aliens, laughter, conspiracies, monsters, mayhem, dilemmas, and cats.

My Review:

Willakaville is an amazing short story collection with brilliant creative stories and beautiful imaginative creations. There is not a single story in the entire collection which will not leave you in awe for the story as well as the author. Mathew has a very fabulous and vivid imagination. If these are stories he has written, I can not even imagine what stories normally come to his mind.

Each of the stories tackle an out-of-the-world problem. Sometimes it is a tomato attacking Willakaville, otherwise it is a bad man coming and making everyone mean to each other. At times, people start swearing, other times, they are busy eating only mushrooms. If a mayonnaise causes trouble one day, then alien attack happen another day. Citizen of Willakaville is always in some or the other adventure.

The story, language and the drawings are just wonderful. Yes, the stories are illustrated and that too in a very imaginative fashion. Not that the stories require any illustration. The way the words are said for each story makes the reader imagine every circumstance with out the drawing’s help. But the drawings are an attraction too and will make a good reading for children, with the colors and bright feel of the book.

This is one of those books which must be read on a hard copy. I would really recommend anyone who buys it, to go for a hard copy. The feel of the stories and the drawings will be enhanced to a different level with the book in hand. Absolutely looking forward to further adventures of Willakaville.

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