This book talks about the author’s encounter with God & the saints on Tuesdays. How God has spoken to her. Most of it was during her time doing church work. In 2018, She worked for a few months in church on Tuesday and encountered many things that were unique experiences. She is sharing with you what she had experienced while working in church and what she had heard from Him and learn from Him.
"My business is a tiny tavern a little out from the city. It serves just a few people at a time. It’s a nice scenic place people can hire out for private events. I reunite old friends and lovers so that these regrets can finally be over." A flash fiction about regrets.
“I just want to be forgotten.” Have you ever caught yourself saying those words or similar? The truth is, those words weigh more than you think. It’s those kind of words you’ll come to regret.
A flash fiction about how a simple conversation can make a difference.
" I fell in love. It was as simple as that. Even though I was just a child. Even though the decision was hard to make. What the skeleton, in front of me, said needed no second to think about. I boldly stepped into the middle of the road, as a flash of pink took my life. I had no doubts in my heart as I died. I was willing to die for love." A flash fiction about parallel worlds and death.
A flash fiction about what you'd endure for love: "Meetings are coincidences, right? Just something that has happened at random, without any real direction. The people that come in and out of your lives, they just happened to be there. Meetings are coincidences, right?"
"When we first met, I couldn’t help but think we were two sides of two different coins. We both had a fake side to us. A façade we put up to fit in. We each had our secrets. A side we kept from each other. Except I knew his darkest secret from the very beginning. I knew it from the first time we met." A flash fiction about a mind reader and a time traveller.
"I stared her in the eye and decided not to hand it to her. She looked back at me with rage and anger, and I felt scared. But I knew it was for the best. I knew it would make it better for her." A flash fiction about memories.
"You are a fire. You must burn. Be a candle, and light the way for someone. Or be a firework and dedicate your entire life for a moment, for a smile. You are a fire, Sam. So burn your life away for someone." A flash fiction about sacrifice.
"If you’ve received this, I hope you understand. We didn’t mean for it to become this way. I didn’t want it to turn out like this. We lost sight of everything. Even love. Even now, to keep ourselves safe, we weaponised it. This is the theory of love at first sight." - a flash fiction about love at first sight.