• Micro Fiction

    Wolf Mountain

    wolf mountain

    My jaw dropped at the sight of dozen white and grey wolves bowing down. Then they raise their heads with vigorous howl. I felt goosebumps. But the one that sent shivers down my spine was the majestic giant black wolf on a higher point. His black fur shimmered under the moonlight contrasted against the pure white snow.…

  • Micro Fiction,  Writing

    Truth is a lie (#1)

    truth is a lie

    Un Jin-Hwan gazed at the giant trees in front of him and frown at the unexplainable feeling which spread in his chest. He lost his memories and only pieces remain. And from those pieces, he knows that he was no longer in Earth, he was a Korean orphan who joined a spaceship bound for another solar system…

  • Micro Fiction,  Writing

    Beneath the Spring Flowers

    Beneath the spring flower

    Springtime is when flowers bloom. And every year I will be one of the people who eagerly wait for trees to blossom, but unlike everyone, I’m not waiting for warm weather. I’m waiting to see her. She that only appears with the delicate array of papery pink blossoms of the trees. Today she stood in the arch…

  • Teasers,  Writing

    Tuesday Teaser #2

    Damn it! He wanted her, but he knew that once he took her, he would no longer be able to let her go. He looked back and used his thumb and index finger to lift Kiyumi’s chin. “Take it back now, or I no longer will care about dragging you in the dark. I’ll make you mine…

  • Teasers,  Writing

    Tuesday Teaser: Sly Prince

    “That’s her, Mr. Policeman! That’s the girl who tried to steal my wallet!” “Miss, could you please turn around?” the policeman said. Blaze grimaced. Using the elastic band which he always had around his wrist, he bundled his long hair into a low ponytail and turned around. He glanced at the police officer who seemed taken aback…

  • Book review

    The Vicar of Nibbleswicke

    I love quite a lot of Roald Dahl’s book. My most favorite is Matilda and his first biography book Boy: tales of childhood (not the illustrated version). But this latest short story from him (and his last book according to the preface) is my newest addition. Friendly warning: Spoiler (or teasers?) after the blurb. Blurb: The Reverend…