About Sherzahd

Biography

Just a simple gal with simple tastes... a 'what you see is what you get' kinda person. I enjoy meeting new people, always up for a chat or a laugh, so feel free to inbox me anytime.

Name:
Yasmin
Sex:
Female 
Age:
49
Sign:
Libra
Relationship Status:
Single
Location:
Cape Town, South Africa
Local Time:
30 Mar 2020 15:31
Interests:
A lil bit of this and a pinch of that... just ask if you need to know more...
Favorite Books:
Too many to mention here...
Favorite Authors:
Where to begin...
Favorite Movies:
I hardly ever watch movies lately, but if I did, it would be either fantasy, supernatural or animation.
Favourite TV Shows:
Don't watch TV, but I do watch Korean dramas and Japanese anime.
Favorite Music:
I love music, so my tastes are vast and varied. It depends on my mood. Basically anything that makes sense to listen to, either a catchy tune or lyrics that speak to me.
Website:
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Date Joined:
02 Feb 2011
Last Visit:
28 Mar 2020
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Forum Posts:
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Stories:
51
Badges:
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Topic: Challenges and Prompts
Posted: 12 Feb 2019 04:07



Never liked apple pie myself.

A heretic! A heretic! <img src="/images/emoticons/glasses10.gif" alt="glasses8">



Smother it in ice cream... ice cream makes everything better.

Topic: Challenges and Prompts
Posted: 09 Feb 2019 06:52

What is it with the badge ego!

You're right, it probably is ego, but know what, it's also a heck of a lot of fun chasing badges. Fun is something you might want to try on here, for no other reason than it is fun.

I think I need to tackle these challenges too, it's been a while since I got a shiny new badge. <img src="/images/emoticons/happy8.gif" alt="happy8">

I have and it got me nowhere when all the apples go to a few pies. A posse does not change the truth.

Never liked apple pie myself. Apples should be crunchy, not squishy. Don't you agree?

Topic: Challenges and Prompts
Posted: 08 Feb 2019 23:46

What is it with the badge ego!

You're right, it probably is ego, but know what, it's also a heck of a lot of fun chasing badges. Fun is something you might want to try on here, for no other reason than it is fun.

I think I need to tackle these challenges too, it's been a while since I got a shiny new badge. <img src="/images/emoticons/happy8.gif" alt="happy8">

Topic: Time line, error message - anyone else?
Posted: 24 Mar 2017 10:00

I thought it might have something to do with the Spam Assassin badge, but there is one other person who has that badge and she doesn't have the mysterious dot badge. <img src="/images/emoticons/dontknow.gif" alt="dontknow">

Topic: DirtyMartini - Alan W. Jankowski - has passed away
Posted: 19 Mar 2017 00:48

http://upload.storiesspace.com/1947331776-1723402_839674532760531_639981237822505432.jpg

Topic: DirtyMartini - Alan W. Jankowski - has passed away
Posted: 14 Mar 2017 11:27

He'd been sick a while. Rest in peace old friend.

Topic: New Member Vernon Fawcett
Posted: 02 Oct 2016 23:40

Welcome to Stories Space.

Topic: Autobiographer badge
Posted: 08 Sep 2016 01:29

It seems everyone on the site have lost theirs. I will chat to Gav to see why that's happened.

Topic: Is it important to follow formal rules when writing traditional forms of poetry?
Posted: 09 Jun 2016 00:57

Personally, I only write traditional forms of poetry when I want to challenge myself to colour within the lines. So yes, traditional forms of poetry like sonnets and haikus have set rules that need to be adhered to.

That said, there are no rules against coming up with your own style of poetry, it might just be the new 'traditional form of poetry' someday.

Topic: How do we increase membership?
Posted: 25 May 2016 11:55

I think the problem we have on the site isn't that we're not getting enough members, because there is a steady flow of new members, but more an issue of how to have members who actually contribute actively and regularly. I would also love to see us hit the 3000 mark, but not if there will still only be the same few regulars who actually log on daily.

I think a better question would be how we can draw in more readers to the site. The reason a lot of members don't stay is because no one ever reads or comments on their stories.

And like Rebs said, if there are things that are driving members away, feel free to message me about any gripes you may have. I'm happy to listen and help in any way I can.

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Stories Published By Sherzahd All Stories »

Self-Destruct

Sucked into this Endless spiral Of my own design. A dark and bizarre Hourglass Counting down The moments To my own destruction. So step inside, I invite you in To witness my demise. A strange calm As my soul Is ripped apart. This is my own Hell.    ...

Added 25 Dec 2019 | Category Poetry | Votes 7 | Avg Score 5 | Views 141 | 5 Comments

Scattering Apart

Jin looked out over the city from the rooftop of one of the tallest buildings in Seoul, it was a breath-taking sight. And he hated it. He hated the crowds. He hated the busyness. He hated the noise. He hated the tall buildings. ‘Skyscraper’, such a simple, yet symbolic word – to scrape the sky. Is that our way of letting God know that we’re here and we’re trying our best to touch Him? Or...

Added 12 Nov 2019 | Category Drama | Votes 14 | Avg Score 5 | Views 332 | 9 Comments

Harmless Fun

It was the morning after and fear clung to her like sweat on skin. ‘Let’s spend the night in a haunted hotel...’ seemed a good idea. Fun. Harmless. Wine. Invoking silly chants over an Ouija board. Laughing at jump-scares. More wine. At some point, the candles flickered. The wind? These old places were draughty. At midnight the floorboards creaked. They giggled, emboldened by the wine....

Added 17 Oct 2019 | Category Micro Fiction | Votes 16 | Avg Score 4.94 | Views 250 | 12 Comments

Darkness' Song

Beyond this window the day is bright, but I'm here, surrounded by only Darkness as I walk in the footsteps of those who judge me-- wearing their ignorant stares and whispered innuendos like a shroud. Watching time decay, heart pounding like a fist hammering on my door demanding to be let inside. This door is a two-way street, my friend, nothing allowed in, lest I allow the demon who has...

Added 18 Jan 2019 | Category Musings | Votes 8 | Avg Score 5 | Views 363 | 8 Comments

The Darkest Night - Part Six

“Nooo… what are you doing?” Mary called out, panic gripping her as she watched the scene before her unfold. The woman turned slowly to face her, her expression blank as she observed Mary with curiosity. She raised one hand toward Mary – the one that was not buried in the other girl’s blood-soaked chest – fingers curling slowly shut as she continued to study the girl who had interrupted...

Added 23 Oct 2016 | Category Supernatural | Votes 8 | Avg Score 5 | Views 827 | 6 Comments

The Darkest Night - Part Five

This is what they meant when they said ‘dark as pitch’. Clarissa shuffled along, one hand on the clammy wall to guide her, the other held out to keep her from bumping into something or – much as she hated to consider it – someone. She felt confident that if she kept along the wall, she would soon encounter a door. Surely every room had to have a door, albeit that she’d come to the...

Added 30 Mar 2016 | Category Supernatural | Votes 9 | Avg Score 5 | Views 814 | 9 Comments

Woman

You are more than your skin – Hiding in shadows Beaten down by a world Driven by men whose  Prowess you threaten You are more than your painted lips – On a journey without a map A quest with no magic wand Instruction manual not included Destination unknown You are more than your ruffled skirts – Trying in vain to please the masses Pouting at camera lenses Swaying your...

Added 10 Feb 2016 | Category Poetry | Votes 16 | Avg Score 5 | Views 912 | 13 Comments

The Darkest Night - Part Four

The package arrived at his home on a Monday morning, 10:42 am to be exact. George remembered this because that was the day his assistant, Clarissa, was late to arrive. She had called to apologise, there had been a smash-up on the freeway and while the four vehicle pile-up had not been her fault, he would have docked her pay if she had been remiss in informing him. In fact, he found himself...

Added 22 Oct 2015 | Category Supernatural | Votes 14 | Avg Score 5 | Views 856 | 12 Comments

Going Nowhere Slowly

Stanley fell to the ground as the sound of gunfire rang out louder than he had ever heard before. He crawled on arms and knees until he was clear of his bedroom window, just as his mother had taught them to do at times like those – and there were many in their neighbourhood. “Joey! Stanley!” His mother shouted from the other room. “I’m okay, Mamma. I’m safe,” Stanley shouted down the hall as...

Added 24 Aug 2015 | Category Flash Fiction | Votes 13 | Avg Score 5 | Views 762 | 9 Comments

The Darkest Night - Part Three

Mary turned to look back one last time at the only home she had ever known. Leaving had been the hardest thing ever – yet she had no doubt that harder things still lay ahead. She had packed hurriedly, wanting to be gone before the townsfolk showed up with their kindness. She took care while packing, not wanting to take anything that would be missed. Her plan would only work if the town...

Added 31 Oct 2013 | Category Supernatural | Votes 22 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,455 | 12 Comments

eBooks Published By Sherzahd

Even the Clocks Stopped
Even the Clocks Stopped

There are times when honouring a promise can be harder than we expected.Jesse has always been the epitome of integrity and good judgement, until a tragic event pushes her to the brink of moral bankruptcy.During the final weeks before losing her ten-year-long battle with cancer, Leila had one last...

Hearts Torn Asunder
Hearts Torn Asunder

Josh and Madison are the perfect couple, but even true love can change like the seasons. A shattered dream causes their marriage to take an unexpected plunge toward a silent grave. Can they manage to pull it back from the precipice? Find out in this tale of love, heartache and miracles. ...

NOT EVEN FOR MARMALADE Book One
NOT EVEN FOR MARMALADE Book One

The whims of the universe and a charming rogue... Just when he thought that life had nothing left to offer him, she walked into his life, as well as his heart. His trials were nowhere near its end, but will she be the life-jacket that keeps him afloat or the anchor that weighs him down? When the...

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starlight4ever

I am back!!! hope to catch up soon!
12 days ago
chippihc


Thinking of you...
24 Feb 2020 09:00
14 Feb 2020 05:36
chippihc


My favorite version of this classic story - haunting!
10 Feb 2020 17:55
chippihc


thinking of you and your brilliance - as your writing transcends
31 Jan 2020 08:40
06 Dec 2019 13:49
starlight4ever

I hope you like the memes too...its fun and harmless...remove if you feel its not appropriate....
01 Nov 2019 13:01
chippihc


Fun characters from the board-game CLUE - I deduce it was Miss Scarlett with the rope in the Ball Room! yeah the photo gives it away...
21 Oct 2019 19:06
starlight4ever
OH MY GOODNESS! that is ONE scary face!!!
21 Oct 2019 05:06
chippihc


Do I look sparkly to you?
20 Oct 2019 10:48
20 Oct 2019 03:46
chippihc


"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain." But in opposite of Roy Batty - Time to Live.
19 Oct 2019 06:32
chippihc


Thanks for being my friend - even if Slightly Dangerous...
14 Oct 2019 01:00
Survivor
Happy birthday, Yasmin.
01 Oct 2019 06:51
storiesspace
Happy Birthday from the team at Stories Space.
01 Oct 2019 00:20
redwriter
So glad to have your request
24 Sep 2019 02:17
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Survivor
Have a beautiful day, Yasmin.
20 Apr 2019 13:50
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