Can We Talk by Cortney Joseph

Sitting on the swing on her front porch, Paige was lost in the novel she was reading. Unlike most teens her age, most teens in her school and neighborhood, she preferred getting lost in made up worlds. It was a welcomed distraction from the fact that, even at sixteen, she wasn’t the type of girl…

A Thousand Miles Away by Cortney Joseph

Carl finally got his chance to use the payphone, smiling and waving as one of his war buddies passed by. Quickly digging a dime from his pocket, he deposited it and dialed home, hoping to be patched through just as fast. It’d been months since he’d heard from the loves of his life, and it…

VOOOOTE!

Now that all four options for BringItByke have been shared, please feel free to vote below. 🙂 I'll link all four below for those who want a reminder of the choices. 1 . Forever, For Always, For Love 2. Forever Dru 3. Didn't I Blow Your Mind 4. Year of Decision

#BringItBYKE2021

Hey! So before we get to the short stories and posts for February (look at me attempting consistency!), I want to have a quick chat. As I've stated, and as those who have followed me know, I've had some difficulty with self-doubt and trusting myself as an artist. More often than not, I've begun HUNDREDS…

Reminiscing On Days Gone By (by Cortney Joseph)

The following is a continuation of A Family, Broken. Enjoy! ______ December 1988 :  Sitting on the back deck her husband had built with his own hands, in his favorite chair, Norma Dunn sighed deeply as memories of their life together replayed in her mind. A gentle breeze flowed around her, blowing strands of her…