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I am so happy to announce the release of my e-book, ‘No Lifeguard on Duty‘. Out now on Kindle for about the same price as a good cup of coffee. Want to be scared? Want to be thrilled? Want to help … Continue reading
As I sit, pondering the conveyance of events in words and imaginings I heroically bestow upon my ever valued fans, I gently grasp my chalice of steamy pleasure, raise is to my pursed lips, and think to myself…Ahh. I love this cliché! OK; … Continue reading
I like to ask myself crazy little “what if” questions and see where they take me. I use them like tiny threads that sometimes can be knitted into a story and sometimes I just find amusing. Here are a few from … Continue reading
I had this idea for a story about a whole team of “Dr. Kevorkian’s“. This a group of people who help others to die for a living. I started thinking about what it would be like to work there and … Continue reading
DP Weekly Writing Challenge: The door to your house/flat/apartment/abode has come unstuck in time. The next time you walk through it, you find yourself in the same place, but a different time entirely. Where are you, and what happens next? … Continue reading
I just posted a sample of a new story, The Bully. It’s a short story in which two different characters feel forced to use a gun to take another person’s life. One does it in an illegal way while the other … Continue reading
OK, so it looks like one of my favorite stories, Norton, is too controversial for the publishing house who printed it. (Funny, I would have thought they knew what content they were publishing before releasing the book?) They are going to … Continue reading
NORTON By Talyn Marie Norton looked both ways before approaching the busy street. He crossed quickly ahead of oncoming traffic. He did so with a small wave to approaching cars, just as any average person out for a walk would … Continue reading
Excerpt from The Pork Chop Diner- Talyn Herson His first thought was that the station had been vandalized. The light from the back of the walk in refrigerator illuminated empty shelves. One of the cooler doors hung askew from broken hinges and there … Continue reading