Saturday, May 2, 2020


Emanuel took a deep breath in before walking across the room to stand between the two women. He took another breath before opening his mouth to speak.

“I’m sure this is going to sound absolutely insane,” He said, “But I woke up this morning in this body. I’m not even sure who I am. I found instructions to put these clothes on and come here. So, basically, yeah, did either of you wake up this morning in a ballerina’s body?”

“No,” The woman to his left sighed before taking a long pause, “It happened to me six months ago.”

“And she’s got it lucky,” The other woman said, “I’ve been like this for three years. They dangle hope about getting our bodies back if we get good enough, but I’m skeptical. I’ve been on tours, gotten big bookings, and yet every day I still wake up with this body to come to practice.”

“So why do you keep doing it?” Emanuel asked.

“Either I’m overly hopeful that I will someday get my body back, or I’ve realized that I’m not sure what I would do with myself in this body if I didn’t do this...”

Thursday, April 30, 2020


About a month ago, Aaron had found the strange book among the shelves at his local store. Inside the pages were magic spells. He was skeptical at first until he tried one to see that it actually worked! He bought the book and brought it home.

What he didn’t know was the book itself had a curse, which would infect Aaron with a bit of mischievous chaos. In one of his bolder acts, he used a spell to swap bodies with his friend, Melinda.

After a few more chaotic spells, he decided the most mischievous thing he could do was quietly place the book back on the shelf for someone else to experiment.

After another few weeks passed, the curse would fade and Aaron would be horrified by the fact that he was forever swapped with Melinda. He’d return to the book store only to find the book had already been bought by someone else and was out there causing chaos for more people int he world.

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Professional Setting

Greg stood awkwardly in the office. He wasn’t sure how he got here or why he was now in the body of a woman. For a brief instant, he hoped he wasn’t the only one who had swapped bodies with someone, but everyone around seemed to be acting normally enough so that didn’t seem likely. He was gong to have to figure things out. He had to find her desk or her office. He’d also have to figure out what her actual job was. Heck, he didn’t even know her name!

Before swapping into this body, he was just a slacker college student at the nearby university. He wasn’t ready to be thrust into the business world already. Maybe if he could just fake it for a bit, he’d swap back? But as the hours passed, he was coming to the realization that he just may be stuck like this.

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Retail Therapy

Jason peaked into the store window. The antique shop he visited last year was long gone, replaced with a store that sold trendy trinkets. He was sad that the old shop was gone; it had, after all, quite literally changed his life. Before being gifted a curious item from the former shop’s owner, he was a quiet, boring guy. But the item literally transformed him into a woman. Suddenly, he was seemingly much more able to express himself. He dyed his hair, he bought cute clothes; he felt talkative and began to love to laugh.

Seeing the old place was gone seemed like a tragedy, but then he noticed a cute pair of shoes in the window of the new store and quickly lost his nostalgia. His feet would look so cute in those once he bought them!

Monday, April 27, 2020


Andy had been sitting on the roadside bench for at least an hour now. So far not a single vehicle had driven by. When he found himself in a different location in an entirely different body about an hour ago, his first thought was to try to touch base with some other people. There didn’t seem to be anyone around. He was in a large park of some sort with a few benches, a roadway, and a bridge in the distance. He thought his best bet was to wait for a potential ride.

As he waited, he took stock of his new body. It was obvious he was a woman now, but he didn’t seem to have a purse or anything in his pockets. He had little more than a mystery on his hands. The lack of cars made him worried. He began to think he wasn’t the only one in the wrong body, and maybe people were staying off the roads as they evaluated everything themselves. He wondered if he should just start walking.

Sunday, April 26, 2020

Perfect Crime (Part 2)

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“I bet you two thought we’d never find you,” Amie scowled as she glared at Charlie and John tied up in front of her and Tiffany, “Honestly, you did a pretty good job; it took us fifteen years!”

“Pretty good isn’t perfect though,” Tiffany added, “And it looks like you’ve lived pretty good lives for us with nice houses in the suburbs and handsome husbands. We have NOT been enjoying your lives at all. I have hated ever second of being a guy.”

Amie took back over, “We’re wiling to deal though. It would be one thing to take our bodies back, but how could you ever give us back the fifteen years you stole from us? So here’s the deal, we’l let you keep our bodies, but you have to tell us how you swapped bodies so we can steal young, beautiful bodies of our choosing. We deserve a second chance.”

Tiffany ripped the duct tape off Charlie’s mouth slowly, inflicting quite a bit of pain.

“What d’ya say?” She asked.

“If we tell you, how do we know you won’t steal these bodies back?”

“You don’t. But if you don’t tell us, you won’t have those bodies for yourselves too much longer. We will kill you. It’s all we thought about for the first six or seven years. You’re lucky we got a little less impulsive as time went on.”

John gave Charlie a knowing look. They knew they had no choice but to share their secret and hope for the best...