Menu
  •                     The Cottage

                     

    (Dreams are strange, don’t be offended by what you read, it was only a dream.)

     

     Gene and his wife Ellen, were driving in the country one summer morning.

    It was an exceptionally beautiful day, a bit cloudy but warm, with a slight

    cool breeze. It was their fifth wedding…[Read more]

  • Story by: Lyn Nolan

    3295 words

    PROLOGUE

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have been born an identical twin?

    Two distinct individuals, but an exact copy of each other; just think of all the fun you could have fooling and confusing people. And even if you were not born a pair of bookends, you may just have somewhat of a duplicate out…[Read more]

  • lnolan posted an update 1 month ago

    @uniquelylost I haven’t been around for some time, so I was looking at the contest archives what I found was really surprising!
    Has anyone seen the September contest 2012 on my story ”one stormy night” ? this is weird!

  • Not done yet, But Please read, see if it is more to your liking

  • Thank you sir, I was about ready to trash the story and start over.

    I will change some things, I still need your help, I would like Tiffany to live.

    and by the the way, jeff didn’t really count every freckle, it was just a way to say that he like her.

  • Hello my Friend It appears that there is nothing about the story
    That you like. I must agree on many of the points you made,
    And disagree on many others.

    The song was of the 50’s the time of the story is now.
    My Mom who’s gone now, worked at a drug store as a waitress in the café
    when she was very young, it’s at places such as these that kids…[Read more]

  •                                                       PROLOGUE.

    All over the world the homeless do their best to just live and stay alive.
    Entire families dwell in homes build from any materials that can be found.
    Even if only cardboard boxes.

    Each member of the household donates their time to do whatever possible for the survival of the…[Read more]

  •                   No Fear of the unknown

                                       (Yet!)

     

    Have you ever seen a ghost, I mean a real live .. Or Dead .. Ghost. So near; you could reach out and touch it, if it were possible to do so. And if you have, how did you respond

    to it; did you run screaming away?

    Or was the fear inside you so…[Read more]

  •                         The Cottage

     

     

     

    A dream can be strange, don’t be offended by what you read, it was only a dream I had.

     

     

     

    Gene and his wife Ellen, were driving in the country one summer morning.

    It was an exceptionally beautiful day, a bit cloudy but warm, with a slight

    cool breeze. It was their…[Read more]

  • lnolan posted in the topic PREMONITION in the forum Non-fiction 3 years, 10 months ago

    SerenaLantha said
    I enjoyed this as well. It is rather bittersweet, but enjoyable. You have a special way of drawing the reader in. I could not tear myself away from this despite the fact I knew parts of it would be sad. Thanks for sharing!

     

    Thank you for reading it, Serena. A story is just useless words, if no one reads it.

  • SerenaLantha said
    Wow, this stunned me! I would be ticked too…

     

    So would I.

    I take it that you liked the story, I’m glad. Thanks.

  • As far as I know, It really happened.

  • This is a story told to me by a friend, that happen to his friend’s Mother.

    I call it.

                          

     

                           Sorry

     

    The doctor told Miss Brackson. “I’m so sorry to tell you this; but you have only

    Six months to live.”

    Miss Brackson was in shock, she became teary and said. “Thank you Doctor for…[Read more]

  • lnolan posted in the topic PREMONITION in the forum Non-fiction 3 years, 11 months ago

    summergrace said
    I enjoyed this story.It’s an example of the truth being stranger than fiction. I wrote a fiction story I posted a few weeks ago that is completely fictional, and not about premonition, but has a girl almost struck by a car in it(actually, that almost happened to me once, or I think it might have).It’s strange sometimes how we…

    [Read more]

  •                       The Lost Angel

     

    By Lyn Nolan.                                                                       18905 Words

     

    The Birth:

    10:15 pm, a lone car is racing down the San Bernardino freeway, the driver try’s to keep at the posted speed limit, but is in a hurry to get to his destination; The Los Angeles`…[Read more]

  • lnolan posted in the topic One Stormy Night in the forum Non-fiction 3 years, 12 months ago

    Killerelite said
    Kudos @lnolan ………….. I enjoyed this greatly. Stories of this nature always give cause for reflection. My own being several times when I did not heed weather advice. Your a:n “based on many true stories” has me wondering if you bore the brunt of some natural disaster in the past? Or perhaps an accident?

    Semper Fi

    KE

    In…[Read more]

  • lnolan started the topic MIRROR IMAGE in the forum Flash fiction 4 years, 2 months ago

    Story by: Lyn Nolan

    PROLOGUE

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have been born an identical twin.

    Two distinct individuals, but a mirror image of each other; just think of all the fun you could have fooling and confusing people. And even if you were not born a pair of bookends.

    It’s been said that everyone has a look a like somewhere in the…[Read more]