Möbius’ Code – Excerpt

“For the life of me I don’t know why I’m doing this,” Jennifer talked to herself inside her apartment, furious that she had to interrupt a perfectly relaxing day in one of the tropical environments of unconstructed space in order to wait for the plumber who was supposed to come and fix her toilet. Her… Continue reading

Möbius’ Code – Excerpt

That evening Jennifer sat in her pottery shop, looking out the window at the olive grove and wondering what to do next. This business of being and not being at the same time was proving more difficult than she would have envisioned, if in her sleepy little life she’d ever considered the possibility of getting… Continue reading

Möbius’ Code – Excerpt

Have you ever thought what would you say to your self if you happened to be stuck together in a room with nothing to do but make polite conversation? Many people would assume that one’s self would not be that entertaining, why, with it having the same thoughts, feelings and pet peeves as one, but… Continue reading

Möbius’ Code – Excerpt

After a couple of hours Jennifer got tired of crying and decided to go back home. What was the point of crying anyway, if nobody was there to care about it. She’d never thought of crying as a result oriented activity before and had to admit that if it engendered an outcome, it probably wouldn’t… Continue reading

Mobius’ Code – Excerpt

The sun was high up in the sky when Jennifer woke up that Saturday morning, and she wasn’t eager to get out of bed at all. It had been a grueling week at work, her on again off again boyfriend had canceled their date at the last minute and she knew that somewhere on the… Continue reading

Fair – Excerpt

Blanche, who had been experimenting with a Himalayan poppy hybrid able to withstand the conditions of a much warmer climate, mixed up the seed packets and accidentally planted it instead of the regular poppies in the large flower bed in front of the Council Hall. Nobody was the wiser until, a testimony to hard work,… Continue reading

Letters to Lelia – Excerpt

“Places, please!” Lily spoke, a little sharper than she wished. She had shouted orders and directions to staff, friends and caterers all day, and her voice was giving out a little. “Sister Joseph, you will lead the procession, followed by sister Novis and Sarah, then Seth will bring the rest of the group from the… Continue reading

The Meaning of Life

“What exactly are you doing?” sister Roberta asked Sarah, who was fumbling with a knotted bunch of ribbons, growing more frustrated by the minute. “I can’t believe I’m wasting my time with this! Where is Sys? Why can’t we just remake this?” the redhead abandoned the struggle, her cheeks flushed and her eyes gleaming furiously…. Continue reading

Letters to Lelia – Excerpt

“Do you have a moment to go over the menu?” Lily asked sister Jesse, who had just arrived in the kitchen and was checking the daily prep schedule. “Sure. Go ahead,” sister Jesse replied, her eyes still glued to the list. “Are we still going to have the cream puffs?” Lily asked. “I was planning… Continue reading

Letters to Lelia – excerpt

“Why. Lily. Sad.” Purple asked, and Lily would have wanted to avoid the busybodies, but now that they were paying attention they were going to follow her with the questions everywhere, in unrelenting manner. She sighed and reluctantly answered. “Humon is going to leave for his new sibling’s assembly, really soon.” She stopped for a… Continue reading