Evil’s Vacancy- Excerpt

What kind of a partner is he anyway? I can’t believe you’re willing to be in a relationship with someone who would allow you to walk all the way home, in the dark, by yourself. Doesn’t he know how dangerous it is? Anybody could have followed you home and, this late at night, you wouldn’t... Continue Reading →

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Synopsis- Distorted Perception

At twenty-six years of age, Kathleen believes she is destined to become an old maid, until Maxwell walks into her life. By the end of their first date she is taken with his charm, his confidence, and his honesty. When he proposes marriage, she is all too eager to accept but she is blinded by... Continue Reading →

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Distorted Perception- Chapter 7

Two months into their marriage, Maxwell began to change. He came home one day and told Kathleen he had combined their cell phone bills. When Kathleen questioned how that was possible, all he could do was laugh at her. “Sweetheart, I’m a lawyer. I can find out anything I want, about anyone I want. Besides,... Continue Reading →

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Tunnel of a Broken Promise

“Daddy?” Marcus turned to see his daughter rubbing the sleep from her eyes.  “Why are you up so early, Buttercup?” “I wanted to remind you to get some bananas. You’ll be home tonight, right?” “I wouldn’t miss it.” He tapped the tip of her nose with his finger. “I’ve gotta go. You go back to... Continue Reading →

Karma is the Night

            Jacob scratched his head. “All I have to do is deliver this package?”             “Deliver the package within ten minutes, bring me the letter, and the hundred dollars is yours.” Nick presented the small cardboard box.             Jacob reached out and grabbed it. He made his way toward the exit of the darkened alleyway... Continue Reading →

Night of the Cobra

(This is an entry for the NYC Midnight flash fiction contest. I'd love any feedback you're willing to give.) Shit,” he mumbled as his car sputtered and slowed to a stop. He knew he should have stopped for gas but he wanted to get as far away as possible. They were following him and wouldn’t... Continue Reading →

Pocket Full of Poison

(Unedited 20 minute writing prompt) “You’re a fool,” she shakes her head. “Even you can’t stop what’s to come.” Bernie sat with his knees pulled up, leaning his head against the cushioned wall. “I can and I will. You don’t know things like I know things, Sabrina.” He tapped his temple with his finger, “It’s... Continue Reading →

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