Notion Press Malaysia Short Story Contest 2017

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To A Stranger
Published on 09-12-2017 11:52 PM
"I've always wanted to go to Tiffany's, did you know?"    Elliot was puttering around the room, and made a half-hearted sound of interest at the question. Mara giggled to herself, arranging the IVs around her with a huff of distaste.    "Like that pretty woman from  Read More...
By Sofea Shabani in
Reader Points: 100
Editor Points: 48000
Rank: 22
Views: 524
Finding The Both Of Us
Published on 09-13-2017 07:45 AM
The morning was gloomy and shady .I realized that I was so lonely now. After she left me here, I did not want to live in this anymore. ‘Foster  Orphanage’. A big signboard sparked  through my eyes. I was confused why mom stopped the cab here. She gave me a woven bag full of my   Read More...
By Muhammad Hakimi Bin Khairuddin in
Reader Points: 100
Editor Points: 33000
Rank: 218
Views: 517
Published on 08-23-2017 03:20 PM
I watched as Mr Tee loaded baskets of ‘rotten’ vegetables – the ones we couldn’t sell for the day – onto a wooden trolley. Green beans yellowed at the tips, bug eaten sawi, limp looking kangkung, all destined for the large dumpster behind the wet market.  &l  Read More...
By Eris Choo in
Reader Points: 190
Editor Points: 45000
Rank: 48
Views: 503
In A Blink of An Eye
Published on 09-04-2017 12:37 PM
            The lights were still red. I glanced at my watch. 7.05 p.m. I’m late, I thought. I hope Mom doesn’t mind me being 30 minutes late. I placed my sling bag on the ground as I stood on the pavement, waiting for the lights to turn green.   &  Read More...
By Isaac Soong in
Reader Points: 170
Editor Points: 24000
Rank: 349
Views: 492
12th bead round the neck
Published on 09-03-2017 02:55 PM
The day was cold. The woman in her eighties inched towards the only window in the room. Shivered in the frigid dawn, she breathed the suffocating stale air which she had enough of. She took a glance through the window - judging from the growing flock of clouds, the snowfall would only be heavier. &l  Read More...
By Jack Lai in
Reader Points: 130
Editor Points: 42000
Rank: 90
Views: 490
The Common Sense of Eid
Published on 08-25-2017 09:19 PM
MARIA If I could cast a spell that would turn my best friend, Zachary, into any other species on earth, I would make him into a piranha. He ate like one. He could gobble up food meant for three – in three minutes – and then demanded for more. He had told me with his usual self-deprecatin  Read More...
By Nor Afiza Binti Azmee in
Reader Points: 120
Editor Points: 42000
Rank: 91
Views: 483
Walking on Memories
Published on 08-20-2017 10:10 PM
To the one that loved me and the one I love. Memories, in every individual's life there is an epoch where they will never forget. Be it a good one or bad one, a memory is a memory. Everyone will have something they want to bury the memories or to cherish forever; but sadly those that want to forget   Read More...
By Abigail Lai in
Reader Points: 150
Editor Points: 30000
Rank: 260
Views: 459
Published on 08-25-2017 09:21 AM
I hate chai. Chai is an Indian staple beverage. It is tea leaves boiled in water then sugar and milk is added to the dark brown liquid and stirred vigorously in small glasses fit for a child. An average chai drinker in India would consume at least ten glasses of chai every day, night and during all   Read More...
By Primila Ganash in
Reader Points: 120
Editor Points: 36000
Rank: 164
Views: 459
you're still someone I write about
Published on 09-04-2017 11:06 PM
    you're still someone I write about The story revolves around two adults, the north and the south, which has the capability to get attached into each other but the south refused to put an effort. Amber Rae, the dramatic girl attracted to Noah Tobias, the guy with heaven's fragrance. The  Read More...
By Kogila Kanasan in
Reader Points: 80
Editor Points: 27000
Rank: 317
Views: 448
Published on 09-08-2017 07:56 PM
There was never a clear understanding, in my life, what loss truly meant.  I cursed when I lost my wallet the day I had my biggest job interview. Tears were shed when I lost my phone on the bus after a five hour long journey from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. When my fish died from overfeeding, I   Read More...
By Siti Nurul Fitriah Bt Samsudin in
Reader Points: 100
Editor Points: 33000
Rank: 219
Views: 448
Published on 09-09-2017 06:05 PM
Don't be surprised when your mind comes to life. I blinked and winced at the sudden increase in brightness. The morning had arrived and it was time to get out of bed. I looked around, my eyes darting from one corner of the room to the other. Something was missing. I called out for it only to br re  Read More...
By Iman Sofea in
Reader Points: 80
Editor Points: 42000
Rank: 93
Views: 442
The Agent of the Devil
Published on 09-08-2017 11:58 PM
Normally if I were to plan a murder I would not consider this night. Especially when the demonic auras are dancing wildly. Just staring at it caused my brain to melt like ice. Surely the date could be changed? Maybe tomorrow or next week? But, of course, it has to be today. The beauty of the night w  Read More...
By Lawrence Loh Yao Wei in
Reader Points: 150
Editor Points: 30000
Rank: 259
Views: 433
Published on 09-12-2017 10:03 PM
I cry easily these days. I shed tears while I watched a cat nursing its young, dabbing the tears away as they fall more when she licked her kitten with tender care. I cried seeing an old couple walk with their hands linked, holding each other for support.  Tears flowed freely down my cheeks w  Read More...
By Musang in
Reader Points: 210
Editor Points: 45000
Rank: 46
Views: 430
The girl and the bird
Published on 08-27-2017 03:43 AM
This is a true story that happened to me when I was on my way to have iftar with my friends at a local restaurant outside of our campus. After the yellow van dropped us outside of the gate, we made our way to the restaurant that Lili want us to try, saying that the service is fast, the foods are del  Read More...
By Nur Saiyidatul Hajar binti Zaini in
Reader Points: 80
Editor Points: 30000
Rank: 263
Views: 427
Published on 09-06-2017 11:57 PM
The train station wasn’t as crowded as it has always been. Especially on a serene morning, it would have been packed with workers rushing to work, pushing past each other and fighting for the same space. Gladfully, there was only her and a beggar at the platform. With the train ticket printe  Read More...
By Nur Aliadiba in
Reader Points: 120
Editor Points: 48000
Rank: 21
Views: 426