In the besmirched darkness of his hut, Travis finished mixing and stirring his recipe for which no name yet existed. He cautiously relocated the amber liquid from the blackened iron pot to much smaller vials, filling a half dozen with … Continue reading
I’ve learned that goodbyes will always hurt, pictures can never replace memories, and words can never replace feelings.
Winter nights in Nickel Ridge were colder than most places as it rode the side of a Mountain range. Still most nights were clear and when the snow came, the ground became alight with moon and star light. Pine … Continue reading
All I could think about was the SEARING pain surging from my shoulder and through my body as I fly face down onto the pavement. I couldn’t feel the pool of hot blood suffusing on the cold street. I … Continue reading
Friday, June 10 Nora Mae Gallagher, nee Covey, wasn’t liked. Not really. Oh there were those in Covey Pointe (as in Nora Mae Gallagher nee Covey) who did their best to pretend. They went out of their way at social … Continue reading
In every state ,no matter where you go, you will see them. Those long lonely highways that stretch for miles without a single house or store or hint of human inhabitant.. Nothing but woods on either side as far as … Continue reading
Fiction 1. The Three Musketeers, Alexander Dumas 2. A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens 3. Don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes These are my three favorite novels, and these three books, together and separately, have influenced my writing career, my … Continue reading