Month: July 2018

Short Story: Tessa & Eve

My best friend took me to the woods and told me that we were just playing a game. I wanted to believe but there was something sketchy about the way she made me feel. I knew I probably shouldn’t have trusted her like at all, whatsoever, but I […]

AOTD: Ian Lahey

Author of the Day is Ian Lahey. I was drawn to share his work with you because we share a facebook group together where we’re apart of the Indie Coalition. Ian’s short story is really nice, it is creepy, psychological, and thrilling. If that’s your thing then you […]

Short Story: A New Friend

I always forget that time doesn’t want on anyone. Things shouldn’t be a standstill, but that’s how I want them to be. I wish moments didn’t feel like forever and then fade away. It’s okay though because even though I forget this I’ve started to understand the art […]

AOTD: Sarah Robinson-Hatch

Author of the Day includes Sarah Robinson-Hatch, a student that has a lot of books that she wishes could be read. Sarah’s writing style is quirky, fun, and personable. There’s no way you can not read her words because her personality is all throughout them. If you like […]

Updates: New Blog, Who This?

If you’ve taken the time to visit Essays within the past week or two you have probably noticed some changes. That’s all because of you guys and I can’t thank you more than enough for always reading my articles, sharing, liking them, and following me. The first change […]