“That was some dinner party last night, wasn’t it?” His expression soured. “Yes, it was. It was torture, to be quite honest. I don’t think I’ll ever throw another dinner party.” “Your friends are going to be very disappointed. They love your dinner parties.” “Well, that’s too bad. Better for them to be disappointed than… Read More An Awful Dinner Party & A Private Yacht
He finished paying the bill for the work done on his car and after thanking Adaeze, he left the shop. She was standing outside as if waiting for someone. She looked up and their eyes met. He hesitated and then, he walked up to her. “Hello,” he said. “Hello.” “Are you related to Adaeze?” he… Read More A Fixed Car & a Friendly Chat
We remain trapped when we allow fear to block our means of escape. She sat in bed in the Inky blackness and the faintest glow of light from around the door warned her that she wasn’t alone anymore. He was there. She could hear him moving about now. What was she going to do when… Read More Trapped
“What’s the matter, Lilith?” Gerhardt asked his friend. She looked very glum. “Our annual Heart and Stroke ball isn’t going to come off this year, I’m afraid.” “Why not?” “Well, the banquet hall where it’s usually held is closed for renovations. We are scrabbling to find another place but no luck. So, it looks like… Read More A New Venue
“Enough of this Note taking nonsense,” Evie said in frustration. “I’m going to do the speech recognition thing that Bill has been bending my ear about. “You can try the one Google has for free,” Linette suggested. “It’s called Google Cloud Speech API. “All right.” “You also have Microsoft Bing Voice Recognition and IBM Speech… Read More A Male Secretary?