Part 2. Abbey discovers her handsome man is not all he seems to be.
“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 is the first part of a series of short stories. Each story although connected is a story in itself.
What do you think of when you see 'clock'? The time, perhaps, or a phrase like 'around the clock'? The more you think, the more you'll remember. Find out a little more. I hope you enjoy the story.
Short story/ literary comedy: Phil Thomas Kurtz seeks to end acedemic elitism and constipation.
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.
I recalled that some of the most horrific stories ever told came from Grimm's Fairy Tales. Most people don't think that because they've gotten the scrubbed Disney version of most of them. Disney made Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella. We see these movies and know that the princess falls...
This is a story about life, the difference between good and bad, and how making the 'right' or 'wrong' decisions can effect the outcome.
She noticed him first when she wandered down the Library aisle looking for “The Lord of the Flies”. As she worked her way down G section, her fingers tracing down the dusty spines of the books she had a funny sensation on her nape and she turned around.
A fictional short story. Hans Barkhorn is a German historian in 2023. He performs historical research through time travel. He will go on a mission to 1923.