Every picture tells a story… don’t it? | ‘THE CROSSING’

One of my social media connections, a reader who has enjoyed some of my writing, that I also now consider an online friend, posted this picture from a vacation. One of his connections, also one of mine, Debra commented something to the effect that, “Dennis Lowery could probably write a story about it…” I’ve done that several times for people, taken a picture they sent me and then written a story based on what I see in the picture. Well, I had to rise to the challenge. Dan’s picture became: ‘THE CROSSING,’ a 3,371 word short–suspense–story. The story is included in my NIGHT DESCENDS collection.

 The Crossing - Short Fiction by Dennis Lowery

SOME READER COMMENTS

“OOOHH HELL YEAH!!!! Loved it. Awesome!!! Exciting, with unexpected twists and turns.—SPOILER PART OF COMMENT REMOVED — Thanks for this very satisfying story, Dennis, I really enjoyed it!” –Nina Anthonijsz

“Oh man! You really got me with this one. Could not stop reading and had no clue about the twists and turns of the story.” –Susan Lewis

“That’s good. But now I have to know about the white dress! I’m on the edge of my seat. Nice writing. Keep it up. I’m hooked” –Brenda Church

“Nicely done!” –Dan S.

“I just finished reading it. Love the twist..hehe…in the story. You always have the best surprises!?” –Debra Dayton

PLEASE READ: This--below--is where intelligent comments are exchanged and threads of meaningful and thought-provoking discussion can take place. Some of my favorite stories I've written started with such exchanges and through them I've met some truly wonderful people. This comment section is a place where it's almost old-school in that responses--if one is needed--may not be immediate but will come. Kind of like postal mail correspondence, an easier pace that allows thoughtfulness and not knee-jerk fingers flying over keyboard replies, or something that comes out as top of mind, a stream of conscious superficiality. I hope to hear from and interact with you on anything I've written that sparks a thought or urge to comment.

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