At the end of the day We're all filling blank pages. We're all writing our own book.

The Eye Society

Joshua Aria and Joshua had known each other for a year now. They had met at the E-footballers Award the year before. Aria was there with her family, because of her father: Adam Adams, one of the best amateur e-footballers of all times. Adams had never missed an E-F Award, and neither had his wife.... Continue Reading →

The Eye Society

Gloria Gloria liked gossiping with the girls – that was why her visits always took so long. Even though she wasn’t sure that the love story between Michael and Diana was true, she joined that conversation as if it was the only thing she cared about. Gloria, clearly, suspected it was all a hoax to... Continue Reading →

The Eye Society

Brian Reading Ali’s name on the accident report had brought so many memories back to him. Ali Dawn, it could have been a namesake, but Brian somehow knew it wasn’t. That was why he decided to walk the airdriver to the aircar. Of course, One would have been fitter for the purpose, any other person... Continue Reading →

The Eye Society

Ali Ali had been doing this job for more than twenty-five years. It still impressed him when he thought about it, but he had been part of the first airdrivers’ crew in history; when they launched the air-cab service he was there, along with the other nine colleagues who passed the selection. No day had... Continue Reading →

The Eye Society

Aria Aria shut the trapdoor to her home behind her and looked around for the last time.  She used to go up and down that tunnel a dozen times a day when she was little, but that habit was long gone now. The sound of the air purifier filled the long white corridor. Aria’s home... Continue Reading →

Writing to Explore

The woman was ready to take notes. The blue pen she was holding didn't match at all the style of the notebook on which she was about to write. “Fancy pen," Clelia asked, "a present?" “For my graduation," the woman confirmed. Clelia would have won if she had bet, but she didn't say it aloud.... Continue Reading →

Earth Day 2020

Photo by Valentin Antonucci Did you know that 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day? The first Earth Day was celebrated on April the 22nd 1970, when twenty million Americans took the streets to protest environmental negligence and demand green politics. Many things have changed from the seventies, but politics have not gotten any... Continue Reading →

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