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  1. natalie

    Nights Out, Charity & Boat trips – part 04

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    ?listen to the audio on ? Waking up in Brandon’s Chelsea apartment. The day couldn’t start any better. Brandon was still sleeping. Pippa hushed out of the bed, grabbing the jumper on the floor, Brandon’s, pulling it over and walking barefoot over to the kitchen to make some coffee. Secretly she loves the instant Nescafe… Continue reading Nights Out, Charity & Boat trips – part 04
  2. natalie

    Nights Out, Charity & Boat trips – part 03

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    ?listen to the audio on ? Knowing that he must have tricked himself into this party, probably by stealing his boss’ invitation or any other kind of scam. Knowing that buying even one single ticket of the draw would hurt his empty pockets. He was the kind of guy who everyone new came from a… Continue reading Nights Out, Charity & Boat trips – part 03
  3. natalie

    Nights out, Charity & boat trips – part 02

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    ?listen to the audio on ? “Being spontaneous? Yes, why not.” Pippa confirms the invitation, the Icetank parties are always amazing and the invitations are always very limited handed mostly to the It-people and the celebrity kind of crowed. “Ok, ten o’clock, I pick you up?” Brendon asks. “Yep, sounds great!” Pippa writes with a… Continue reading Nights out, Charity & boat trips – part 02
  4. natalie

    Nights out, Charity & boat trips

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    ?listen to the audio on ? A week later, Pippa was sitting on her study project a case study for a new female tech gadget while clicking some likes from Tess party pictures and a sunny day on her cruise. The pictures looked amazing and she could almost get jealous, but Tess really deserved this… Continue reading Nights out, Charity & boat trips
  5. natalie

    New Beginnings – part 04

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    ? Listen to the audio on ? A Victorian bar in South Kensington that somehow had become Pippa’s second home during the last summer semester. “I will be there at around six. I’m with a client here.” Tess replied. “See you, there. Drinks waiting.” Pippa wrote. Pippa was on her second Martini when Tess arrived.… Continue reading New Beginnings – part 04
  6. natalie

    New Beginnings – part 03

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    ? Listen to the audio on ? The following day university started again, and in the afternoon, she had her first day at her new job at the prestigious event agency. The receptionist opened the door for her, and she got introduced to the team. Two girls, both around their early thirties, one from South… Continue reading New Beginnings – part 03
  7. natalie

    New Beginnings – part two

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    ? Listen to the audio on ? The two women finished their drinks and moved on to meet their friends Michelle and Alexa at the lobby bar at the foot of The Strand. A shiny, light-filled space with classy drinks and an even more classy clientele. The four of them took a sophisticated break. As… Continue reading New Beginnings – part two
  8. natalie

    Looking forward to…

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    Chapter V from the book “The Weekend: Love, Ambition & The Lisbon Dream” “Chapter V of the book The Weekend: Love, Ambition & The Lisbon Dream takes us on a thrilling adventure! While shoppers flock to Colombo, Lisbon’s largest mega shopping centre with a vast on boutiques, shops, foodcourt, the Germans cheer at a football… Continue reading Looking forward to…
  9. natalie

    part II Chapter II Exploring the City

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    from the book THE WEEKEND: Love, Ambition & the Lisbon Dream Welcome to Part II of our audio Sunday listening adventure in “The Weekend: Love, Ambition and the Lisbon Dream”! In this chapter, we join Paige as she discovers a hidden gem, the Gin Lovers Bar & Restaurant at the beautiful Embaixada, located in the… Continue reading part II Chapter II Exploring the City
  10. natalie

    Chapter II – Exploring the city

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    from the book The Weekend: Love, Ambition & the Lisbon Drea Saturday morning, Paige walked towards Oeiras station and took the local train for a 20-minute ride with a sea view towards Cais de Sodre Lisbon station. She passed by little towns such as Praia de Caxias, Alges, and Alcantar Mar, looking out the window… Continue reading Chapter II – Exploring the city
  11. natalie

    The Weekend: Love, Ambition & the Lisbon Dream

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    OUT NOW! Listen to Chapter I – JANUARY Lisbon, Portugal — March of 2022 Paige is sitting at her desk in her retro loft apartment, a 19th-century mansion in the trendy Real area. She looks across the room and remembers her early days in Lisbon. Seven years had passed since she’d first set foot on the… Continue reading The Weekend: Love, Ambition & the Lisbon Dream
  12. natalie

    Between the years

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    Pippa arrived at her Belgrave apartment. She knocked at her neighbour’s door. Tess, her neighbour, opened the door. “Oh, Pippa, Merry Christmas, you are back, that’s great!” Tess looked at Pippa but she did not seem very happy. “Hey, how are you? Would you like to come over for a chat and a glass of… Continue reading Between the years
  13. natalie

    Christmas Day

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    because it’s Christmas time – I repost the first Chapter of the book Blend 37 – Pippa Bow Sitting on her flight back to London, Pippa was glad to have kind of survived the family Christmas celebrations, which had turned out to be a more stressful event running from one Christmas party to the next… Continue reading Christmas Day
  14. natalie

    On the Star Clipper – part II

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    Chapter III from the book DESTINATION DESIRABLE Jules was busy conversing with Nia, and Walt asked Lulu if she would like to join Paula and him for a drink at the Piano bar. A chilled version of the song “Killing me softly” was playing. Danny was already sitting at a table, so the three sat next… Continue reading On the Star Clipper – part II
  15. natalie

    On the Star Clipper – part I

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    Chapter III from the book DESTINATION DESIRABLE With the tour guide’s excellent advice, the three finally arrived safely at the port in Laem Chabang after a four-hour ride with a private coach. They stood in front of the Star Clipper. A vast white sailing yacht with a decoration in the spirit of maritime tradition. “Wow, this… Continue reading On the Star Clipper – part I
  16. natalie

    Bangkok 24 h

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    Chapter II from the book DESTINATION DESIRABLE Twenty-four hours later, including an almost twelve-hour flight, Paula and Walt already spent the first impressive hours in Bangkok. They had kicked off the afternoon in the infinity pool surrounded by floating candles, champagne, and a sweeping view over Bangkok. In the evening, they followed the invitation by… Continue reading Bangkok 24 h
  17. natalie

    Christmas day

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    from the book Blend 37 – Pippa Bow Sitting on her flight back to London Pippa was glad having kind of survived the family Christmas celebrations which had turned out in a more stressful event running from one Christmas party to the next all within three days. The Christmas day had started with a lunch… Continue reading Christmas day
  18. natalie

    IV Sunday afternoon

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    Chapter II Sisley’s first day at Cargo City South from the book Airways – I’m not in Hollywood Sisley takes off to London for her exams. Wednesday a quarter to ten she sits in front of the university staircase, smoking a cigarette when her Phone rings. Sisley looks at the display the phone number of her… Continue reading IV Sunday afternoon
  19. natalie

    Something new – Part II

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    Chapter II from the book Blossom Hill Ten o’clock in the morning, Mia is sitting at her desk at university. Luckily, she got a seat, standing right now would be hell. She had had just three hours sleep and in about half an hour, they have to give the presentation about a new interior design. The… Continue reading Something new – Part II
  20. natalie

    ?SOMETHING NEW?

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    Chapter II from the book Blossom Hill A few weeks passed and the situation came up repeatedly. Mia wanted to work on her project or was ready for class but Bo had something else going on. Even when he suggested taking her to Uni by car, she couldn’t be sure she wouldn’t miss her class and… Continue reading ?SOMETHING NEW?
  21. natalie

    Chapter One – FIRST DAYS IN LONDON

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    from the book Blossom Hill – a London lovestory Mia had just left the shuttle at Folkestone after passing through the Euro-Channel from Calais and traveling the fifty-mile route through the world’s longest underwater channel by train with her car—thirty-seven miles undersea in just thirty minutes. She was excited. North London University had offered her… Continue reading Chapter One – FIRST DAYS IN LONDON
  22. natalie

    Chapter 4 – April showers

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    from my book Magnetic – Again, just a girl! Anna had decided to take Fritz’s offer and had been working with the agency in Germany for a few months now. It was the first week in April when she was waiting for someone to pick her up to join a concert. A legendary Jazz band… Continue reading Chapter 4 – April showers
  23. natalie

    Chapter Three – Paris 60’s fashion

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    from the book MAGNETIC – Again, just a girl! In 1960 Inga revealed in a letter to her mother that she was married. She had fallen in love with an ambitious English actor and had silently married a year ago. Anna and her mother were surprised as this announcement had come so sudden, and it… Continue reading Chapter Three – Paris 60’s fashion
  24. mfieldswriter

    Should an author kill a main character?

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    I’m sure those that managed to slog their way through the novels Game of Thrones (or more likely enjoyed the cinematic version in all its bloody, lusty, much more engaging glory) are familiar with the notion of an author killing off one (or countless) main characters. But I am struggling with letting one of my characters … Continue reading Should an author kill a main character?
  25. @eafinto

    But Do We Have A Story For You!

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    The End of the End is upon us! Crazy right? For my final project, I have decided to work with my friend, Taylor Malone (one of the girls from my radio show), on a final story! I can’t wait to start the process of writing our story! We already have our plan and ideas for how […]
  26. @Chris_tastrophe

    Evidence: Paranoia Virus?

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    I’ve been thinking, with everybody who got sick earlier in the semester, and all this upheaval about the mysterious CDE agent, perhaps there isn’t a virus… at least not the one you’re thinking of. You don’t get any symptoms, save one: paranoia. All this evidence? It all points to those people who are hiding in […]
  27. @eafinto

    The Land of the… Survivors?

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    I created an accurate as fictionally possible depiction of “The Land” in California by Edan Lepucki. Of course, as the title explains, these characters are in California, however, they travel to a community/part of land that is called “The Land.” When you think of the word land, one may think about a plot of land where you can […]

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