“Turn on the fan and close the door,” Timothy Farr’s wife, Ellen, commanded from her station in the marital bed. “And turn off the light in the hallway,” she added. Timothy did as instructed, shuffled across the carpet, and kicked
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My short story, ‘ROOMMATES,’ is available as a free e-book download for those of you who’d like to read it (or for purchase on Kindle). But I’ve also now added a free audiobook version here, recorded and provided by Scott
A boy’s birthday is a special day. But for Danny Lansman, this day was no ordinary birthday. On this June the 23rd, Danny Lansman hit a milestone. The big one. Double digits. And with that milestone came the one thing
Every night at 11:17 p.m., Johnny would fall asleep. He’d sink down into the mattress of the twin-sized bed of his little cabin in the woods. As he descended and sleep came, the world around him disappeared. The forest. The
Sofia licked the frosting from her fingertips. Two minutes ago, the cupcake had been there in her hands, borne of a strange conflagration of flour and sugar and god knows what else. Eggs. Probably eggs. And butter. Animals in the