Jamaican Storytelling: Excerpt from Gray Shades, Eternal Love and Relationships (Dahlia) by Denise N. Fyffe

Love and relationships were certainly not what Dahlia thought they would be cracked up to be. All her misconceptions were flushed down the sewer and she was hurt, again. When Dahlia thought that maybe, she needed patience, maybe it was her turn, maybe, just maybe this was it; it seemed not to be so easy. Just when she … Continue reading Jamaican Storytelling: Excerpt from Gray Shades, Eternal Love and Relationships (Dahlia) by Denise N. Fyffe

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Jamaican Storytelling: Excerpt from Gray Shades, I can do bad all by myself (Christine) by Denise N. Fyffe

Christine had asked herself how much worse could she do? Well it seems a whole damn lot! It's like she unleashed a dare-devil, a temptress, a darn idiot! She was very aware of the fact that she was a sensible and intelligent young woman, but somewhere that claim to fame, has temporarily flown the coup. The … Continue reading Jamaican Storytelling: Excerpt from Gray Shades, I can do bad all by myself (Christine) by Denise N. Fyffe

Jamaican Storytelling : Excerpt from Gray Shades, 6 months (Beverly) by Denise N. Fyffe

6 months! 6 months of denial, 6 months of anger, 6 months of hatred, 6 months of bargaining,6 months! It was time to accept what was clearly before her and stop this waste; before it continued for another 6 months. Beverly had enough and she could no longer lay in bed, closing her eyes to what was so conspicuously laid before her. … Continue reading Jamaican Storytelling : Excerpt from Gray Shades, 6 months (Beverly) by Denise N. Fyffe

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Jamaican Storytelling: Excerpt from Gray Shades, Muddy and Friendless (Alana) by Denise N. Fyffe

It is the witching hour and Alana needed a friend. Where were the so called friend's when she needed them? In moments like this, when she felt her soul creeping over to the dark side. Throughout her life she was always questioning either the quality of friends or the function of her friends in her life. … Continue reading Jamaican Storytelling: Excerpt from Gray Shades, Muddy and Friendless (Alana) by Denise N. Fyffe

Jamaican Storytelling: Excerpt from Corporate Psychopaths, Moving On by Denise N. Fyffe

Life has corners that you cannot see around. Francine received the news that her world may be changing sooner, rather than later. She felt like her world was always in flux, and not in a good way, but this time should be different. No matter, just like all those times before, she would fasten her … Continue reading Jamaican Storytelling: Excerpt from Corporate Psychopaths, Moving On by Denise N. Fyffe