“It starts slow. The darkness hardly changes at first. Then you see the sky beyond the trees and just over the fence. It’s getting lighter. Sometimes it’s a greyish light… sometimes it’s a warmer sliver of light yellow-red. It comes up and you feel it. The day is being born. It’s no longer dark.”
The paperback version is available for order at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Barnes & Noble is offering a discounted price of $9.90 (this can change quickly, though). Stay tuned for updates and more information on ordering signed copies of the hardback special edition. 92,229 words in two novellas, three novelettes, and five short stories. In […]
It was a cool, early fall, day and with the energy of youth we’d played football for a couple of hours straight. We had watchers; two girls. One was a year younger than me, my 17th birthday wasn’t far off, and the other was a year older so 17 or maybe 18. The game over, I […]
“No problem,” I said. “Alpha, you’ll be on tambourine.” I described one to her. “And…,” I turned to Beta. “You are on cowbell.”
Back in the late 80s to the mid-90s I worked for a division of a large aerospace manufacturer. And I was a bit of rogue/trouble-shooter type, not exactly in the corporate mold but effective. The company was going through some management turmoil and did not always have a steady hand at the wheel. We (the […]
“Someday later, I saw the writing in the dust… It told me how I should travel, it told me who I was…” A little story of how I discovered and learned to love this song… and have for 33 years, now. It told me a story, part of which seemed just like mine at the time.