These days New York was mostly grey. However, if there was one color that stood out, it was yellow. NYC Yellow Cab. To start from the obvious, the iconic Yellow Cab. Despite Uber’s expansion, cabs are doing OK in New York. That’s because the ‘real’ New-Yorkers ride the Yellow. I took a picture of this […]
Hey! I got myself in a pickle! Actually, it is a blogging challenge for the month of April, A to Z Challenge (thanks to Solveig for the tip). Every day, except for Sundays, the bloggers are challenged to write a short entry starting from a letter of the day. Should be fun. It’s a huge community. […]
Can you believe that it’s been only two months since I started this blog? Wow. I sure feel like it’s been a lot longer. In such a short period of time, I’ve met so many new people, talked to a lot of you over the comments. This little corner of the internet has an […]
Writer’s angst over the word count is such a common thing. 17.000 words in a month may or may not be impressive to someone. To me – it is one hell of an accomplishment, and I attribute it to the following factors: Ellie Maloney ≡ Jalapeño Fiction blog (this blog), because it motivates me to write […]
In an average city of an average country, there lived a girl. You’d be hard pressed finding someone to recall her name, so we might as well call her Blanca. If you were to describe Blanca, you might find yourself up for a challenge. Her average school, average grades, average friends, and average appearance – not […]
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