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River of Times (A Mystery Story) – Questionable Kitchen Work

She was sitting on a wooden bench, slightly freezing, with a cloak around her shoulders. It was scratchy on her skin, but at least it gave a little warmth. In front of her stood a clay cup with steaming tea, … Continue reading

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River of Times (A Mystery Story)

The weather was beautiful. The sun was shining, the air felt velvety soft, butterflies danced through the air and Adelais could hardly believe that it was already October. A perfect day to go swimming. Should she? Why not. There was … Continue reading

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Diary, October 25, 1797 (A Mystery Story)

A very strange thing happened to me yesterday, which I cannot explain. And I still wonder what happened! That’s why I’m going to write it down here. Fortunately, in the folds of my dress, I always have my notebook, pen … Continue reading

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The Allied Tomatoes (A Short War Story)

The plane roared as ally John jumped into the emptiness underneath. A short moment of total freedom came up to him. Flying like a bird, almost weightless, he inhaled the feeling. A few more seconds and it was time to … Continue reading

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To Arrive or Not to Arrive (A Package Tracking Story)

A few days ago I ordered some books on the Internet. Then I got the email of the arrival. Me, email to a friend: How fun is that? I just clicked on the tracking web page of a courier for … Continue reading

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