A new life (5)
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“Write a short story about what impressed you the most.” “It‘s complicated. First, what does it mean to impress me? I would love to write about Helen, but she did not impress me, she rather annoyed me. I was impressed by the death … Read More

A new life (2)
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A dense and acrid smoke hung in the room. Ion yielded. He was asleep, his feet dangling out of bed. At the table in the middle of the room, on the green blanket, the cards were dealt again. The coffee … Read More

A new life (4)
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”We recommend sending friend requests only to people you know personally.” He knew Matthew and Helen and his other colleagues with Facebook accounts. But he could not recognize that. He was supposed to remain the manager of the business consulting … Read More

A new life (3)
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“How old is he? I think the best would be to be licensed, and PhD student. Intellectual and a rich man. Yes.” Dan noted conscientious in the notebook on the desk. “White, Black, or Asian? Let be White, to have … Read More

A new life (1)
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It was daylight outside. And to top it all, one dog barked obstinately. He pulled the sheet over his head, trying to sleep a bit more. He did not want to miss the pleasure of the bed in a Saturday … Read More