Short Stories and Other

Below you’ll find the link to posts of short stories, research articles, and other longer works

March 2, 2018: An Experiment, Public Deviance


Human beings are consistently evaluating the world and its inhabitants, responding to the actions of others in a way that best fits their understanding of the world. While some may argue that people make their own original choices, the reality is that all human knowledge and opinion has been influenced by the social norms people create and collaborate on together.

February 17, 2018: A Short Story, A Day in the Life of the Average Life Guard


A local temperature of eighty-six degrees Fahrenheit, a UV index of seven, the sounds of a wave pool and waterslides coming alive with over-chlorinated, frog-invested water, and the constant hum of patrons outside the gate all began my morning in a typical state. Another eight hour day of pretending to be a hero, while actually spending the majority of my time treating bee stings or explaining to the overly-giddy, know-it-all-parents just exactly why they cannot take their infant down with them in their lap on a slide that drops off into water much to deep for them.

February 4, 2018: A Montel Murder: A Murder Mystery Part 1


The small, cream colored phone rang on the side table sitting to the left of my bed. Although it was nearly past one in the morning I had been eagerly expecting the call and grasped the receiver rather hastily, nearly dropping it in my hurry…

December 11, 2017: A Short Story, Ask My Imagination About Labor Day


The imagination that lives inside the mind of a child is a speeding train that travels down a route towards mischief, chaos, and sometimes danger, considering the fact that many are often thrown aboard whether they want to be or not. I discovered this fact one Labor Day about ten years back….

December 5, 2017: A Tribute To Sir Arthur Conan Doyle


There comes a time, a certain point in person’s life, when they become a reader of something so powerful, so electrifying, and so unmistakably filled with greatness that he or she witnesses a moment of literary genius that that can rarely be described to the fullest. Those who have been fortunate enough to experience the masterpieces created by Arthur Conan Doyle, have experienced innumerable moments such as these; moments in which their minds are mesmerized and awestruck as they read Doyle’s words that tend to leap off the page in tantalizing…

November 25, 2017: A Proposal To End August School Start


There are two major seasons in which the entire mindset and mentality of a student revolves around: the school year and summer vacation. Summer is the long-anticipated period of liberty from the everyday toils of the school year that consume students for the majority of their childhood. Since the school year is such a prominent and important component to a student’s development, decisions regarding it should be carried out in the best of…

November 15, 2017: Poetry Volume 1


Forensic, tall, and looming

The great detective peered searching

Troubled by the impending case, hanging unsolvable

Above his head

Though every clue had been

Deciphered at his intelligent best

Not a soul lived knowing

When justice would ever come…


10 thoughts on “Short Stories and Other”

  1. Hi Emily, I thoroughly enjoyed reading your article, not too much preamble ramble, concise and informative. and your poem is intriguing, with a twist of mystery. And thankyou for following my blog/website, I hope you enjoy reading my humble writings, I’m from Geelong, Australia, And I look forward to following your writings, and I’m sure I shall also learn
    from you. Cheers. Ivor.

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  2. Hi Emily: I love your blog – well written and eclectic. Keep it up as more than a project. You have good things to tell the world. Thanks for following my blog – I appreciate it and stop by any time. There will be a shout out to you soon in a post.

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