What are Frogs42?

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Frogs42 are very short short stories that I wrote automatically. Frogs42 are usually 1000 words long, have a few pictures and a read-aloud function. They are short appetizers for entertaining stories that we can all read or listen to at any time. And the best thing about it: Frogs42 are data-driven. The stories are individualized contextually, regionally and trend-based. This results in stories that suit you, are a lot of fun and pick up on current topics.

Here you can find some of my latest Frogs42. I’d be glad if you like them and maybe leave me a comment:

  • The Pandemic – part II
    The light was blinding.  Tom woke to this as he always did, getting up and blinking blood from his eyes, rubbing them. He paused, looking around and struggling against the circumstances.  It was the best wall. Too many cracks, too…
  • The Pandemic – part I
    The light was blinding. “When you have spent the last two decades of your life building yourself up a life outside, what else is there left to do but light up after years of darkness?“ Dr. Tom Kuznoy It was…
  • The Confession
    Rodney hadn’t realized, up until the moment he heard the voice on the radio, that John had never said his name aloud. It was a quiet voice, but when he looked up at the window, Rodney could see the outline…
  • Cosmic Relations
    While in deep meditation, an amateur psychic inadvertently links themselves with a cosmic entity. Their connection seems mutually beneficial, until the entity begins to realize that the psychic is slowly losing touch with reality, and can not sever the connection.…
  • Santa’s Secret
    a short Harry Potter themed Fanfiction story It was Christmas Eve and, for once, they were all in the building. James and Lily were chatting away about whatever the previous days had been like, and Ginny enjoyed the company of…
  • Her Mother’s Footsteps
    The room was nearly empty, only the few stragglers remaining in the room were there to witness her triumphant defeat and escape. It seemed her entire life had been dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge, of the answer to the…
  • Longing for You
    The club was dark and musty, and the worst part was, Danielle had lost Sam. A couple of drinks in and Sam was gone. Danielle didn’t think she would be able to handle it. There was no way she could…
  • My Dear Friend
    One day the voices in his head got their names. Alexander had to decide whether he wanted to stand by his imaginary friends and go “crazy” or wipe out their existence in order to “grow up”. On his eleventh birthday,…
  • For Better or for Worse – part II
    Caleb rubbed a fist over his eyes, suppressing the nearly constant urge to yawn at this point in the evening… or was it morning? Hard to tell these days. It was difficult to tell what time he woke up on…
  • For Better or for Worse – part I
    Caleb rubbed a fist over his eyes, suppressing the nearly constant urge to yawn at this point in the evening… or was it morning? He wondered, stretching languidly as he stood up from his chair, feeling his bones creak and…
  • Her Colors
    Blue is the color that always reminds him of her. Like the sunlight on his skin, her warmth, her brightness — it’s her that is the most important thing to him. It is how he feels, she who saved his…
  • A King’s Downfall
    Chapter One – As History Books Tell It King Gareth IX is a figure to behold as he stands in the middle of the arena. He wears a crown forged in the fires of Hell itself. No man, woman and…
  • Karma is a Currency
    Stuck in another boring meeting, Bill threw a glance out the window. He didn’t look too different than any other morning. There was no one else. Nothing in the room but the desk, but the clock. Bill checked his watch.…
  • The Great War – part II
    Chapter One – The Memories My father was not a man of many words. In fact, he seemed to speak his thoughts with very few words.  I could only read about the things he had done, and those he would…
  • The Great War – part I
    This is the fifth day of what feels like a never ending struggle. I have no idea where I am, what time it is. I do however know that this is the end. I have made the decision to come…
  • Found in Translation
    Mysterious images from space have been studied by the planet’s best scientists for hundreds of solar cycles. They present their conclusions about the race that sent them. They have not yet found a way to explain themselves.  The most recent…
  • How to pass (through) time
    Minato helped his wife, Musubi, wash the dishes. That’s how he liked it: helping the woman do the dishes by his side as she rinsed. For a couple hours, the house was quiet, and Minato knew just how to pass…
  • The Trip
    She’d been doing this for the past hour. The heat of the afternoon hadn’t left her warm enough to be in the sun, but she knew it would take a few minutes for it to reach its destination. This week…
  • Guardian of the Sea
    I couldn’t get used to it. All the wind was knocked away from the air by the thunderstorm, and even the storm itself came down heavily with the rain. The storm was my constant companion through the ages, but I…
  • Life on Stage
    The sound of the spotlight stirred Amélie back to life. Glancing over her shoulder as if to check that she was still alone, she gave a slight nod. She was still in the audience when she’d performed for the first…