Such Great Heights an “R” Romance By: Kassandra Dick Vancouver, Canada Part Three The dense rainforest climbing up Kilimanjaro gave way to bristly bearded groundsels and then to barren rock. Thousands of tourists and mountaineers alike made mile-long ant lines up … Continue reading On the outskirts of Arusha, the night had begun
Such Great Heights an “R” Romance By: Kassandra Dick Vancouver, Canada Part Two In around the isles of Unguja, the sea creatures were a blur of colour and shine. A lion fish swallowed a smaller fish in one bite and an … Continue reading “Well I had hoped to hike Kilimanjaro.”
Sci-fi Assassins 2 By: Parker Randall San Antonio, Texas. “Hello, Sarah,” he smiles and holds out his hand. “Nice to finally meet you.” Today’s the day she’s been waiting for. It’s her shipping out day. She was sent to meet … Continue reading “Ah, I’m sorry. I forget to explain sometimes.”
El secreto de Mario (capítulo I) Por: Patricia Bermejo Cáceres, España Ring, ring, ring … Suena el maldito despertador como cada mañana. Otro día más de insomnio. Me doy cuenta que estoy empapado en sudor, algo habitual en mí desde hace … Continue reading A veces me dan ganas de despertarlo
Valentines day By: Delaney Gillespie 3 Lorrik wasn’t surprised to hear the sounds of pursuit. It was likely Nerice. Solaria moved far more quietly, and Castra knew him well enough to leave him alone when he was irritated. Nerice was pushier. Usually, he loved her for it, but right now, he wasn’t in the mood. “What was that all about?” Sure enough, it was Nerice’s voice that entered the room half a moment before she did. “What was what?” … Continue reading You know Solaria is incapable of lying
An Escape Glows Red By: Breanna Leslie. Night after night James and Aidan watch space dust and debris pass by the Deliverance through the thick glass of the tiny cabin window in James’ quarters. Hard labor by day and the … Continue reading An Escape Glows Red
The Healer of Montgisard By: Aya Bassiouny We were told before we departed that a man’s life cannot be taken, unless he gives it away; that if we wish to guard our souls, we hold fast to the sword, for the soul that dives to battle takes it wing from the limbs. But on the ship to Ascalon there was already the scent of death. The ones we loved we kissed good-bye and rode the waves as if there was no coming back, our long green mantles wafting atop our shoulderblades. We were sailing eastward to our dog days and … Continue reading “Your wound, I know the cure,” he muttered in the Saracen tongue, which I had learned to mastery before the journey.
JustPlanes on board of Etihad Airways Airbus A380 for flight EY037 from Abu Dhabi to Paris with pilots Sophie and Shaima. The Airbus A380 is the world’s largest passenger airliner, a wide-body aircraft manufactured by Airbus. Airbus studies started in … Continue reading Shaima Pilots the ETIHAD A380 out of Abu Dhabi