Only Human (pt 7)

(parts 1-6) “Show me,” I demand of Xanth when he gets home.  “So you moved to anger,” he kisses me on the neck and then slides past me to the backroom where he tosses his work clothes into the growing pile on the chair that probably smells like it has held dirty laundry for fifteen... Continue Reading →

Castbreaker (11)

1-10  This is it for now, but you never know. Maybe some of these shorts will turn into longs. Or maybe they will stay shorts. Idk. It's shorts weather for now. 😉 It is through your son that you find your magic. You were walking with him under the moonlight as he fussed over a... Continue Reading →

Castbreaker (10)

Castbreaker 1-9 “What is the problem with rebuilding society?” you ask yourself as you follow Vienna up the mountain side, all your belongings on your back, and your pup at your feet. You remember when you followed her in the tunnels. While you are happy to have gone through the tunnels with her, you are... Continue Reading →

Castbreaker (9)

Vienna leaves, and you bury yourself in building. You didn't realize that you'd be building, but when you ask Vienna what to do until the children are born and old enough to be away from their mothers, she laughs. "Do you see somebody here to tell you what to do?" she holds her mouth like... Continue Reading →

Good Fences (Final)

(For the rest of the story, check out my Random Literature page. I finished up a section earlier than I expected, but such is writing.) The little yellow clock on the kitchen counter next to the pot of eggs and boiling water went tick tock as her fingers went click clack against her keyboard. Everett... Continue Reading →

Good Fences (7)

Hey guys! I'll be finishing this short story next week with a couple of installments. I'll then work on Castbreaker or Only Human. I'll continue focusing on one short story at a time until I've got everything caught up. It's been really fun to dabble in short stories! Meanwhile, I'm working on getting a book... Continue Reading →

Good Fences (6)

Good Fences 1-5 Fences were infectious, Dorothy thought as she looked around the changing neighborhood. About a third of the neighborhood had upgraded. She and Everett were making their nightly walk around the neighborhood, taking pictures of the flowers. One of the neighbors had invited them to join the social media page for the area... Continue Reading →

Dangerous Solutions (8)

“I am not yours.”  I yell as loud as I can before I race across the rooftop.  The Inn is surrounded by buildings of importance.  I pull on the pair of gloves I had found in the coat, climb down the latticed wall, and dash toward the public gardens across the street.  I hear him,... Continue Reading →

Dangerous Solutions (7)

Parts 1-6 I let her sleep.   I remember my first kill, well, rather the exhaustion afterwards.  The kill I don’t remember much about.  It all happened so fast, and my skills were clumsy at best.  It was nothing like I thought it would be when I was a kid playing with a wooden sword... Continue Reading →

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