Heads Will Roll

How did I end up here? she mused Life indeed had proved itself the head rolling rollercoaster, the endgame of all rides. Her soiled hands were trembling so much that she was fearing she had lost grip of her sanity. She kept on fumbling with her glaringly empty ring finger in trepidation even as she... Continue Reading →


Unfinished Business

Jane was the life of any party. She would walk into a room and it would be like she came in with her own entourage of personalized branded rays of sunshine. She was that girl, so feisty and storing way too much life in her 5 foot frame.She was never one to shy away from... Continue Reading →

A Slain Queen

Her usually irritable husband, Maina, was being too nice and polite. Eeringly so. Considering the heated exchanges that often defined their tumultuous one year marriage. Maria couldn’t even remember the last time she adorned her marital ring. Wedded bliss had dried quicker than wet paint. On this ordinary day, he had woken up earlier than... Continue Reading →

Paving Paths

It was well after midnight when Maria made it home. The clubs in Utawala were still going strong, and though it was January, the clubs were packed. All the tables on the sidewalks were packed. In some places the crowds spilled out into the street, and she had to slow almost to a crawl to... Continue Reading →

Truly Madly Guilty

In my Australian accent; What bloody happened at The Barbecue? Liane Moriarty's Truly Madly Guilty is a fictional piece infused with dark humor and covers the complexes of everyday relationships among friends, married couples, parents and their kids. Set against the backdrop of the suburbia in Sydney's Australia and centered around 6 adults, the book... Continue Reading →

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