This story was written in response to Chuck Wendig’s Flash Fiction challenge “Ten Random Sentences.” It was written sitting at the bar of an Applebee’s in Panama City, Florida, while I drank an IPA and ate a Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato sandwich. I hope you like it as much as I liked that IPA and […]Read more "Sixty Four Comes Asking For Bread"
Chuck Wendig laid out a new flash fiction challenge yesterday. I took it on, and here is the result: ***** My hands held the rich, dark, loam; the soil that was my salvation, providing sustenance after the reckoning. Here in my far North mountain home, I forged a new life, away from the chaos and […]Read more "Flash Fiction Challenge: A Story In Three Sentences"
Where, pray tell, did January and February go? Seems like life is flashing before my eyes — or is manifesting itself as a dim, blurry, memory. Nevertheless. I am off to Morocco on business for the week. I have my Kindle loaded with good books, including my latest read “The Hydrogen Sonata” by Iain Banks. […]Read more "And It Is Almost March"