Monthly Archives: August 2015

Honesty

I turn my face to the early morning sun. I hope this weather lasts for the wedding this weekend. Facing Caroline’s wrath is not something I want to remember for the next fifty years. I quicken my pace. Rubbing the … Continue reading

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Harold of Children

***Spoiler Alert!!!*** This interview contains information about my story Children. If you haven’t read this story, click here before reading on. I meet Harold outside of the foster home he’s spent the last three years in. He nods to the … Continue reading

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Children

Picking up another pacifier, I toss it into the cart. “What,” the old man behind me snorts, “did you knock up your girlfriend?” Scowling, I turn away and grab a few jars of baby food. “Easy kid,” he pats my … Continue reading

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Selena of The Trunk

***SPOILER ALERT!!!*** This post contains information about my story The Trunk. If you haven’t read this story, click here. Selena stands outside the police impound lot. She smiles weakly and nods to a coffee stand across the street. “Let’s get … Continue reading

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