I was seven years old and my really close family friends had a pet dog. Everytime we went over to their house which was often I would cuddle up with their beautiful black lab named Henry. He was so gentle … Continue reading I Lost a Friend by Georgia B.
*This is based on the stories of five Residential School survivors. This short story is meant as an informative and respectful reflection of their lives and contains sensitive material regarding the experiences of those Residential School survivors. I love my … Continue reading i was waaseyaa
Kat sighed out the window of her mother’s black car. Her sigh was carried by the wind, through the fallen leavers, and into the tree tops. She was sighing because her life has been particularly boring recently. Her parent’s divorce … Continue reading Kat Saint by Wren L.
As the clock chimed 12:00, I pulled up to my office alongside my assistant, Alan Clark. We stepped out of the taxi and it felt as though I was being swallowed by the thick black night. New York’s air was … Continue reading The Blackmailer by Hannah T.
“AIEEEE!” A sudden shrill voice screams. Kai and I both stop in our tracks. Kai said that there weren’t any people in this part of the continent. “Someone is screaming? But I could have sworn there was no one in … Continue reading Divine Warrior Part 3 by Rin Phoenix
“I don’t think I can do this.” I uttered with my voice trembling, ready to accept defeat. “Noah Oliver Williams! Have you no dignity? After countless days of perfecting our techniques, staying late hours, and getting back up after … Continue reading Rumour Has It by Michelle L.
It was about 4 in the afternoon when Sherlock got an urgent request for a meeting by the police. It was no rarity that the police were in need of help. Sherlock had dealt with them more than just often. … Continue reading Diamonds in the Sky by Marcus H.
“So, tell me about Amy,” she stated warmly, accompanied by a sincere smile. “I met Amy when I was ten. It was during this dark period in my life when I started falling into depression, burying myself deeper and deeper … Continue reading My Best Friend Amy by Angel Ye
It was the 29th of November and faint snow had started to fall, covering every inch of the city with a white layer. It looked like nearly every person in the city was outside running about with their winter holiday … Continue reading Powdered Croissants Aren’t For Everyone by Sophia K.
“Woof woof!” “What is it, Princess?” We’d just gotten our daily cinnamon scones from Homa’s Bakery next door. What could she possibly be worrying about? Princess was still pulling harshly on the leash; she was trying to show me something. … Continue reading The Sweet Book Vandal by Charlie F