A Vivid Dream

Amund Fleming, guest writer

April 27, 2016

Filed under Historical Fiction

  As I step out of my green tent, the hint of hot temperature teases the cool fresh morning air. "Philips!" my platoon leader yelled across the camp. I shuffle across the dirt road over to the tent as fast as I could...

Let the Show go . . . all Over the Place or Something

Amber Litviak, guest writer

April 27, 2016

Filed under Historical Fiction

January 24, 1946 My name is Anna Karen Sylvester, and today I'm turning nineteen years old. I get a lot of my physical traits from my mom, like my wavy, blonde hair and my emerald, green eyes, or so I was told. I don't remember...

The Roaring Start

Alexa Birch, guest writer

April 27, 2016

Filed under Historical Fiction

Prologue             Five year-old Ella twirled around the spacious kitchen in their suburban home on Staton Island while her mother joyfully hummed a tune asshe cooked beef stew for supper. Ella giggled and dan...

1965: A Year of Change

Abby Hansen, guest writer

April 27, 2016

Filed under Historical Fiction

“Happy New Year!” the room echoes with clinking glasses, laughing voices, and toasts to a prosperous year. I hit my glass against Lisa’s, and we laugh as her little brother literally holds his eyes open. “Did you see...

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