Month: June 2014

Short Story #4: House on Rhum Street

  I thought the Man and Woman haunted the house on Rhum Street. I was very wrong. It’s hard to remember when I first noticed them. After a time I got the sense they were always there, just fading in and out, like poor reception […]

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A broken wing

Short story number three from a list of  30+ story ideas pulled from a friend’s crowd-sourced plea for quick plot summaries.  This has turned out to be a super fun exercise where I get to try out all kinds of different genre’s and writing styles.  Hopefully […]

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The morning walk

The alarm buzzed and my eyes popped open. Saturday. I should be sleeping in, but I had forgotten to disable my phone’s alarm. Fumbling for it, I silenced the buzzing in time to cling to the last threads of sleep and began to relax back […]

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Mirror Mirror

   Short story time!  A friend on Facebook asked for people to submit short story beginnings as inspiration, and I think this is a marvelous impetus to do some writing.  I’ll be working my way through a list that is over 30 long, trying to write something for each […]

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