"What is a word but combination of letters? Jumbled and juggled by the writer's mind. One thing I know for sure is, words, for me, are an amazing escapade. Being typed, being read, being said, all the same. An escapade. To the world of everything and nothing at the same time."
Arch DeNight is a young woman who likes to think, to talk, and to type about many things. Having a degree in Psychology, she doesn't think that she understands human better than before having one. Human being, for her, is not a book that can be read--but they can always be observed for fun. Currently residing in a tropical Southeast Asian country, she spends her time playing online games, daydreaming, typing, and of course... making contact with other human beings.
Contact her through: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Broken Needles
(3.25 from 4 reviews)
Two grandmothers, one little girl. After hiding the truth for thirteen years, they finally had to reveal it, loud and clear. After all, the destiny of the entire community was in the girl's hands. The question is: would she accept it as hers?
(4.00 from 2 reviews)
She doesn't know her name. She doesn't know where she works at. Doesn't know whether the gorgeous woman noticed her like she's been noticing the woman for the whole month. But, she's going to find out about that...
So Distant Yet So Close To Say Goodbye
First love never ends happily for first love never ends. Dee did not believe that saying. Never had. However, when someone from the past accidentally found a way back into her sight, would she be able to leave the idea untouched?
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- The Witch Sea
on April 19, 2013
No one is completely good or bad. A "good" person can be "bad" when we see him/her from different perspective. A "bad" person may never be as bad as what we think of him/her. Many times, we need to step out of our self-built boundaries and tear down all the stereotype attached to one person to see right from wrong. That's what I learn from "The Witch Sea". Sarah Diemer did a very good job in showing the in-group/out-group bias through her writing. And now is our turn to see through it all in real life. Totally worth reading.
- In Your Words
on April 19, 2013
"There is never any tedium in your everyday when you find that love"
Of all the work of fictions I ever read, that's the most beautiful way to describe a life with love. And that's exactly what happen to the characters of this beautiful story. Nice job, RJ Samuel! I almost cried reading the end of this story :-)
- For the First Time
on April 20, 2013
Frequently seeing some interesting stranger on a train may be an everyday thing. But, having that stranger holding out her hand to meet you properly is definitely something. Embarassing. Exciting. Mind-boggling. All at the same time. All described beautifully in this story. This work of fiction made me smile on my own train ride back home. A must read for ones who love romance stories...:-)
- The Census Makers
on June 09, 2013
I did not know what to think about this work at first. I mean, "Census Taker" seemed like a pretty serious and boring subject to write about. But, I was wrong of course. As soon as I started reading this, I forgot that my lunch was still on the table, unfinished. When I thought that the story just got more interesting, it became even more so. Nice writing, Jeffry Diamond. I should admit that I rarely read anything outside the "Gay and Lesbian" category. But, this one is surely a must read :-) !
p.s.: The lack of one star is only because I did not really get how the man could easily take Sarko's place without raising any questions from the census department. And, it's also because I did not get how the count of houses suddenly changed from 50 to 53 when Laura checked her digital clipboard. But, well, I guess it's just me.