KEEP LIVING IT VIVIDLY GRAND

By Adriaan Snyman  |  16 August 2017


People like changes. And so do we. In a good way at least.

And that is why Vividly Grand had its brand new makeover. The layout is still something of a working progress, but we’re enjoying every moment of it! Granted, we have been posting a decent amount of fiction lately, but who can resist some good and fresh literature when it presents itself in the spur of the moment?

A better life | 19 Jul 2017


Power, Love, Self-control

When confronted with the challenges and difficulties in this life, that which we are commanded to overcome, (Revelations 2:7) it is often easier to, out of habit or otherwise, become the victims of whatever it is we are facing.

Short story @ The old typewriter | 12 Jul 2017


THE OLD DAIRY

“He is coming undone,” Barry said, taking a sip of his tea from the plastic cup.

“You what, mate?” John asked who just entered the leisure room at The Old Dairy.

Short story @ The old typewriter | 7 Jul 2017


ASSASSINATING ROYALTY

“Are you alright Sister?” Sister Elizabeth asked the young nun whom she pulled out of the water in total darkness.

“I’m alright, sister thank you,” Sister Varvara said gasping for air after having been thrown down the twenty-meter deep, abandoned mine-shaft…

For the Ladies | 28 Apr 2017


A NEW DIMENSION IN COLOURS – KLIMBIM

It is easy to take the wold of pictures for granted today. Colour images are taken and disposed of with the blink of an eye, and whatever photo we take with our mobile devices, can just as easily…

Short story @ The old typewriter | 16 Apr 2017


COOKIES AND SCENTED SOAP

Hurrying past the duty-free shops on the airport, Amalia started to feel nauseous. The nausea actually started when she had to check in, but forcing herself to remain calm, she didn’t pay attention to the state of her body…

For the Ladies | 17 Dec 2017


DRAMA, THEATRE AND FILM – MICIA DE WET

The world of theatre and film has for the most part been undervalued and underappreciated in South Africa, especially when compared with the European culture of the industry.

I then came across Micia, and asked her if she would be willing to share her passion for arts and culture with us.