Category Archives: Fiction

Daily Post: The Bridge

Preface A couple of years back, I was sitting at Laguna Bob’s, an open-air bar on the bay side of South Padre Island, enjoying a cold beverage. From the deck, overlooking the Laguna Madre, one has a clear view of … Continue reading

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The Visit (Part Three)

This is the third installment of a multi-part series. Part One can be found here, and Part Two here As I was sitting there, trying to reassure Tony that everything was going to be just fine, I began to realize … Continue reading

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The Visit (Part Two)

As the title above suggests, this is a continuing saga. For first time readers, please read The Visit (Part One) here.   I’ve been known to drink a bit in my day. Ever been blackout drunk where you wake up … Continue reading

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The Visit (Part One)

The initial part was the worst I guess. It scared the shit out of us. Well, I know it did me anyway. We were all standing in the yard of our friend Eric’s lake house. We were there for a long … Continue reading

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Sharp Dressed Man

She sensed his presence as soon as he entered the room. She required only the briefest of glances to signal her body’s emergency alert system. Peripheral assessments had become a common weapon in her arsenal of predatory techniques. A subtle … Continue reading

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Elegant

Olivia chokes back another wave of nausea as she fidgets nervously in the back of the limousine. Darkly tinted windows shield her from the madding crowd. Hungry hordes of adoring fans and rabid paparazzi push and shove together in a … Continue reading

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A Trail Tale

Tiny needles of sleet, driven by a stiff nor’easter, pelted his cheeks as he peeked from the flap of the thin enclosure. A steel grey mist crept ghostlike across the rolling meadow, obscuring any view of the tree line.  Leafless branches … Continue reading

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