Often, we overlook the uncommon acts of everyday folks that define our collective humanity, like in 1952, when Albert Gunter’s quick thinking saved twenty souls from plummeting into the Thames.
…she only hoped her second wish would hold the power to save Reyland from a Final Verdict.
I took second place in my round for the NYCM Short Story contest with Baby Jane Doe. I didn’t post that story here because I know I can find it a home somewhere pretty much as-is (even though my judging feedback was all-over-the-damned-place). So yeah, round 2. I didn’t have time to write, so of… Continue reading #Blessed – The Horror of all Horrors
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Ricki felt so grown up, living on her own and making her way as a cashier in her hometown grocery store. Her life was simple until a stranger revealed her past, and a secret that could very well cost her life.
My Round-One NYCM short story, “The Price of Progress,” scored a solid second place in my heat. I’m pretty pleased, considering I didn’t write for the first four days of my eight-day round, and then dumped three ideas down the hole before finding my stride. So yeah, second place. That meant I was provided a… Continue reading Round One Success and a Busy Round-Two Weekend
The pasture was set and the entries paid, but Bessie, this year’s star of Cow Plop Bingo, was murdered at dawn. Honestly, who shoots a cow?
Mystery in 1000 words or less is possible. I think. We’ll see what the judges have to say.
Flash Fiction: Dwight and Scooter thought they would just have a bit of fun on a lazy evening. Little did they know how far it would go once Dad got involved.