He has grown attached to her and swore to protect her. As the guardian of Apartment 213, it meant protecting her even from threats she couldn't see.
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Here are our updates in connection with our first anthology, SILVER LININGS: Stories of Love, Hope & Courage in a Pandemic Setting. Silver Linings eBook edition Silver Linings is now available for preorder on Amazon! Get it at a discounted price until its release date on July 4, 2020. Click…
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Sultanah Jasmine is Jan Rouise Directo's artistic version as he captures Jasmine's feeling of wonder when she goes through the Agrabah Marketplace for the first time in her life. Jasmine is a fictional character from the live-action movie Aladdin (2019).
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Silver Lining, LitArt Hub's first anthology will be released soon. It is a collection of stories of love, hope and courage in a pandemic setting. Each story draws from the endless source of love and compassion despite the situation we're all facing. Are you excited to read the stories?
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Lola Donna is more than ninety years old and her three great-grandchildren are fond of her bedtime stories and cookies. One night during quarantine, she tells them a story she had kept inside her for the longest time.
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"Your Instagram" is about a persona whose only access to his beloved is her Instagram wall. His is a story all too familiar for those whose affections can only be seen and felt from afar. The only time he feels his love is complete is through experiencing her through the artificiality of photographs and short clips of her.
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Room for Rent is a street photography submission from Ivan Erl Elymar Cayaban.
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A short poetry imagining a world where everything is free.
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"Black Snakes Are Innocent, the Gold Are Venomous" is a short story that focuses on the cosmopolitan nature of the world (and lack thereof) as bridged by literature. A quiet George Floyd story, "Black Snakes" examines the racial biases and prejudices that remain to be too familiar for Ricardo, the story's protagonist, as he soldiers on as a Filipino and as a person in a world filled with people whose words and actions are harsh toward people like him.
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It's been months since I last saw you. If I knew that day would be the last time I saw you, I would have let that last touch linger a little longer.
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