Monthly Archive: April 2019

Three's a Crowd

Three’s a Crowd

Three’s a Crowd by ‘X’

It was fast becoming apparent that Suzanne was dragging the show down. Sure, her ravishing good looks kept ratings up, but they also let her get away with

I Like to Watch

I Like to Watch

I Like To Watch by Sabrina S

I sat idly flicking through a magazine, waiting for the foil colours to activate. This time I was going blonde. I’d been red for five years before th

Gilligan's Revenge

Gilligan’s Revenge

Gilligans Revenge – Otter

The lagoon water was cool and Gilligan splashed clumsily around in it trying to put up a new pole for the solar antennae that the professor had constru

First Haircut

First Haircut

First Haircut By Deborah Wayne

The train’s click-clack, click-clack made me so excited. Imagine: my first haircut, and me sixteen. I was so surprised when Mom came up to me last

Snapper and the Clipper

Snapper and the Clipper

The Snapper and the Clipper by Sabrina S.

This is for my photographer friend who accompanied me to Global Hair Expo. The only thing common between this work of fiction and ficti

Saturday Shaving

Saturday Shaving

Saturday Shaving – Bob Barker

It was early on a Saturday morning when my new girlfriend was waking up. I had just finished growing my hair out from that last flattop. She said th

Salon is Not Enough

Salon is Not Enough

The Salon Is Not Enough by Sabrina S.

Chapter One – Mission Impermeable

From the outside, the hair salon looked like any other upmarket hair salon in the West End – shiny parqu

Dreaming is Free

Dreaming is Free

Dreaming Is Free by HeadBoy

A cold breeze blew in the window. The night air had a crisp, un-California like bite to it. JoHanna pulled the blanket up higher to shield from the c

Kissing Cousins

Kissing Cousins

This my first attempt at writing a story of this nature. I would appreciate any comments or suggestions to improve for my next attempt. I hope everyone enjoys this as much as I e

Sisters

Sisters

Sisters by Christina Browning

It was very early in the morning when I woke up. I looked at the alarm clock on the nightstand. Five-thirty. Although I didn’t have to be at work un