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Kelsen held her boys hand and watched the elders put the box on the platform. It looked so small to her now. So confined. “How does anyone fit in there?” she thought and yet she had seen children … Continue reading
I achieved a major goal with my book, “No Lifeguard on Duty” this past week. I have had 100 downloads from Amazon. I still can’t believe that 100 people have read or will read something I created. I feel a … 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 love the old choose your own adventure books and an article in the Daily Post about polls gave me the idea. Each week I am going to write part of a story followed with a poll. You, the reader, … 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
The Bully Part 1. “One’s dignity may be assaulted, vandalized and cruelly mocked, but it can never be taken away unless it is surrendered.”- Micheal J Fox The man is a bully. I can spot them a mile away. I … Continue reading