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Hello, I Must be Going

The other day, I unexpectedly bumped into a person from high school, who I haven’t seen in many, many years.  It was awkward, to say the least.  I tried to cut the conversation short, excuse myself, and get back to present life; however, it was obvious that he wanted to take me hostage and walk […]

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The Red Monkey Lounge. Where is it?

Wow, it’s been more than a few days since my last post.  I always seem to fall behind on things when I’m in a writing project.  I’m currently  in the middle of writing a screenplay.  A comedy, which I discovered is pretty challenging.  Coincidentally, I met two stand-up comics last week, and they agreed that […]

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Short Story: Cradles Pond

Hello again, Since I received such a great response from my last post, I decided to post another short story.  This short was first published in Readerjack.  Enjoy! “Cradles Pond” (4,717 words).   When a father and his son go missing at Cradles Pond, the small town sheriff and his deputy begin their investigation.  The law […]

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Crime, Romance, and Self-Sacrifice: Sea Of Hearts

This post is for readers who really enjoy the quick, literary 1-2-punch that only short stories can deliver.  Enjoy! Title of story: Sea Of Hearts  Sea Of Hearts (7, 630 word count): this story interweaves elements of crime, romance, and self-sacrifice and entertains the notion, regardless of the odds, love always find its way home.  […]

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A Short Story: Under A San Francisco Sky

Title of story: Under a San Francisco Sky Under a San Francisco Sky (4,662 word count) is a short story of two, 20-somethings struggling to find themselves and love in their ever-changing worlds and entertains the bittersweet notion that, all good things must come to an end.  Or, do they?     This short story was published in the Taj […]

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