Tag Archives: Lost

A Peek Behind the Curtain: Hitting Pause

As every artist knows, our creativity ebbs and flows. Most artists dealing in other art forms, to my knowledge, aren’t told to create no matter what quite like writers are. My Facebook feed has been plastered lately with images that … Continue reading

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A Christmas Alone: Part IIII

***Attention!*** For part I of this story, click here, for part II, click here, for part III, click here.   Christmas had come and gone and I still hadn’t replied to Nesbit. His story hung over me like a cold … Continue reading

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: The Clown of Smile.

My breath fogs in the moonlight and I clutch my pen and notepad to my chest. Coming to the middle of downtown at midnight for an interview? What was I thinking? “That’s far enough.” I freeze under the pale halo … Continue reading

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Penny of The Dream Continues.

     ***Attention!!! This post is a follow up to my last multi-part story. For Part 1 click here, for 2 click here, for 3 click here, and for 4 click here.***   Penny invites me into the living room of … Continue reading

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To Daddy’s for Christmas

As my world blurred and blackened all I could think was, perhaps the judge was right when he said I was an unfit father.

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