I met my wife on this bench. I was sitting on this very bench watching ducks float in the lake when I first saw her running along the bike path. Then she stopped right in front of me to re-tie her shoes. She shot me a quick glance as she knelt in front of me, … Continue reading Short Story: The Bench
“They’re starting to stir,” Frank said, looking to Sarah for direction. The six of us were huddled together on Claire’s back, tense and unspeaking. Jade flew in front of us, setting the pace. My body rebelled against me, trying to force me to sleep, but I couldn’t. None of us slept save Patty who was … Continue reading Draco. Chapter 42. Subtext.
Howdy, everyone. I didn't have time to write a chapter this week so, instead, the following is a fictional short story I wrote for a competition. I hope you enjoy it! It’s odd what one focuses on when staring down the barrel of a gun. My palms grew sweaty, my eyes twitching uncontrollably, but all … Continue reading Short Story: A Hopeful Sleep