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Joined June 2009.

12 stories, 0 challenges, 0 comments, and 0 friends

This user is no longer a Ficly member. All that remains of their time on the site are stories they wrote that had prequels or sequels, challenges they created that had entires, and notes they sent to other users.

Stories

  1. Yellow Daisy

    He smiled back up at her, she was taller than he imagined, and then he looked down and realized she was wearing very tall wedged shoes. If he wanted to kiss her, he’d have to stand tip toe, he thought. One hand behind his back pulled out a single...

  2. Blame it on the Splenda

    Neil sipped at the now room temperature brew and observed his surroundings for some hint of mild literary inspiration. He drifted almost immediately towards the large windows facing the street outside. On the opposite side of the street there was anoth...

  3. Across the Street

    Neil tapped his pencil with growing aggression. It had been three months since he had written anything worth mention, and he was growing incredibly irksome. The cursor on the laptop screen blinked against a blank white surface of a hopeless attempt at ...

  4. Nice to Finally Meet You

    “Hello, my name is Dennis,” he practiced quietly to himself, pacing back and forth in front of the masses huddled around baggage claim. She was late. Late for their first meeting since that first email sent to him from 2,000 miles across th...

  5. An Important Moment

    “Why’s that?” The barista said, looking over now at Ruby with a somewhat confused expression creeping up onto his face. “Because, people think that they can attempt to do something important, just like that, like they need some sort of validati...

  6. Small Talk

    The barista stared out the window for a moment, gave a dramatic sigh to possibly ensue some sort of conversation with Ruby and then looked over at her expectantly. Ruby was not enthused in the slightest, but decided to humor him anyway. “So…how’s...

  7. Sincerity?

    The barista who had earlier turned up the stereo, had resigned to a break, and on his way, brought over a second cup of coffee for Ruby and one for himself, and seated himself next to her. “Hey Ruby, you look like you need some fuel,” he said with ...

  8. Reference Points

    Ruby snapped out of her daydreams when the dull murmur of voices once again overtook the music. She looked down at the now empty cup of coffee cradled in her hands and noted how despite her mind drifting completely into other realms, she could still re...

  9. Daydreamery

    Ruby sighed and sat for a moment, nursing her cold cup of coffee she had nestled in her hands. She stared blankly out the window, not at anything in particular. She was infamous for spacing out for lengthy amounts of time. Sometimes she would get to th...

  10. Bookmarks

    Ruby got up and made her way to the condiment bar with her cup, and was soon doctoring the drink with sugar and cocoa powder. She took a preemptive sip and silently congratulated her efforts. Back at the table, she returned to the book, but soon found ...

  11. Singles Going Steady

    A quiet jazz melody broke through the conversations that intertwined and became one loud, overbearing mumble of a noise that encased the interior of the coffee shop like a humid summer heat. The barista behind the counter, feeling a certain groove well...

  12. The Shuffle

    The alarm clock flashed from 6:59 to 7:00. Music started to pour in, softly at first, and then gaining in volume. Josh rustled under a mountain of sheets, grumbling as his hand groped to push the button to make it stop. He rolled over, burying his face...