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Crossroad to Freedom

Something was wrong! The whine of the engine made that abundantly clear. “Now what?” the words rushed out of his mouth. Then the sputter followed causing his vehicle to lurch back and forth as if some invisible force was intermittently mashing his brakes while he was trying to drive. 704 more words


Bradleysburg (5)

The second Tuesday of every month, Sammy’s parents went to the Borough Council meeting. He stayed home, because he was 12 and who cared about zoning and stuff like that? 977 more words

The Spirit of the Fields on Edgewater Drive

I had fallen asleep the night before watching Boogeyman, and when he woke me up with a shake to my hollow shoulder I came out of a nearly comatose sleep on the verge of screaming. 468 more words

Flash Fiction


The man looked down at his cell phone.  Andrew sensed he was losing his attention.  It was surprising that he had entertained his schizophrenic monologue for so long- most people just give the money and walk away.  565 more words


The Wrong Man - Audiobook Review

“The Wrong Man” is by Matthew Lewis Narrated by Robert Neil DeVoe published by Out of the Gutter and is available at Audible.com

This is a modern throw back to books like Lawrence Blocks “Borderline”. 192 more words

Audiobook Review

4 Things Patrick Rothfuss Can Teach Writers

A couple days ago, I watched a panel from SDCC of eight widely respected fantasy authors.  As they were introduced, I quickly went to GoodReads and marked every book I could find “To-Read”.   974 more words



She looked at the mess in front of her with disgust. The skin was old, wrinkled, and the body tainted by a long life. It was no longer the small bundle of innocent cells that she set forth into the world, and that fact both angered and saddened her. 383 more words

The Theme Challenge