“Etta stood on her porch with her hands in her pockets. Behind the house, clouds rumbled with their burden of rain. No amount of wind could blow the storm past them tonight. It simmered above her, waiting to boil and break.” Written and narrated by Natalie Mills.
“Scott and Erin are moving. Their boxes are arranged on the floor, dishes and silverware swaddled in bubble-wrap, clothes folded in laundry baskets. Nothing is where it should be anymore.” Written by Matt Mills and narrated by Natalie Mills.
"There was something foreign about her, a slightly fishy smell, and when she sat down the woman next to her wrinkled her nose. But Hector was intrigued. In fact, he thought she was quite beautiful." Written by Matt Mills and narrated by Stevie Martinson.