Punxsutawney Phil said this year that Spring would be early. And by golly it appears as though he just may have been right! Warm weather, a bit of rain, and early March winds in February lead the way.
We may judge a book by its cover, but things are rarely what they seem. We need to look deeper. Just as clouds can conceal the sun, our pain can blind us from the love that is right before our eyes.
When humans create their replacements, those creations will likely be made to take over the drudgery of a post modern world.
"Men will sometimes do strange things that even they do not know why" Jacque left his family for the diamond fields, now his daughter has found him.
A coming of age story narrated by a girl called "Mouse" -- an excerpt from the novel "A Picket Fence in Pawpaw"
A story about the human condition. We shouldn't be too quick to judge a person by their appearance without knowing their personal story. Life is not always just black and white.
“White male, third degree burns, it’s ugly. BP ninety over seventy, pulse sixty, irregular, hardly palpable, GCT five. All veins collapsed to buggery, I had to do a brachial cut down. I have pushed in a litre of saline, ET tube is in, O2 hundred percent, almost arrested on the way in.”
This short story looks at what happens when we die. A recently deceased man visits the afterlife and discovers it's not quite as he expected.
✵ "Christmas Fudge" is the sixth in a Home for the Holidays series of individual short stories. Those who love us often sense more about us than we realize.
In this eerie short story with steampunk undertones, a woman finds herself forced to work in a bizarre and mysterious factory.