In the immortal words of Marvin Gaye, Mother, mother There's too many of you crying Brother, brother, brother There's far too many of you dying You know we've got to find a way To bring some lovin' here today, eheh. In the past two days I have read blogs by young women who talk about…Read more What’s Going On?
A tribute to Richard Ankers, whose 50 Word Stories inspire me. The old woman's knees ached from kneeling, her heart from crying. She was waiting for the train to Heaven. She bought the ticket in Hell and expected to be waiting a while in Purgatory. But when they took away Limbo, she gave up. She…Read more 50 Word Stories: Purgatory
I've always had a thing about churches. They're a haven from the outside world, a sanctuary where the mind can wander and meditate in silence. My relationship with churches, though, is tempered by what they represent. Those vast, cavernous, cathedral buildings represented power and intimidation, too. In such a massive space, how could a sinner…Read more Churches
Postcard from a pigeon was the first story I wrote for the 2012 collection of short stories that is Postcard from a Pigeon and other stories. So, without further ado, oh, I do need to say this is by way of introduction, because this is what I do, write short stories (among other things, like…Read more Postcard from a Pigeon