Short Stories

4. Travelport

The van sped off from the end of the alley heading west with five kids in their seats remaining quiet as the driver did his job. There was no high-speed chase happening. It was just a drive. Aja looked back Read more…

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Short Stories

3. Concave

Gary, feeling a hand on his shoulder, stepped back from the door. Lloyd Newman moved Gary out-of-the-way to look through the hole. He stepped back a few inches, “Shit!” he whispered to himself. Knock, knock, knock! “Mr. Parker? Is Everything Read more…

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Short Stories

2. No Brimstone

The sky in Houston was gorgeous with only a few clouds and a temperature that made it comfortable to wear shorts without sweating. Aja was standing with her parents, sisters, and brother in the uncommonly high-ceiling foyer of the downtown Read more…

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Short Stories

1. Decision

Gary, we can’t keep them here,” said Tricia Parker in a hurried whisper. “We’re harboring fugitives.” She took a long drag from her Pall Mall cigarette and released the thick smoke into the already stale air, “Meredith said she has Read more…

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