Idyllville

                It was our wedding weekend and Wesley and I had just jumped the broom. Wesley had thought it a silly tradition, but I insisted. My parents and grandparents had done it. So had his parents and grandparents…so to me, it only seemed tradition. After a lot of hemming and hawing, he agreed only on... Continue Reading →

The Trio

Al, Xander, and Deonte; they had grown up together and had always been the best of friends. And just as the people of Neffin had suspected, they had grown up to be nothing but trouble. With 24 arrests between the three of them, all for misdemeanors, they had come to be regarded as the town’s... Continue Reading →

The House at the End of the Hall

            The house was like every other in the neighborhood. It had a white façade that was interspersed with pieces of brick. It had two tall windows on the upper floor that extended down, giving the house the appearance of a face, especially when you consider the door that sat firmly centered between the two... Continue Reading →

The Compartment

          “And that will do it,” Tommy said as he made the final turns of the screwdriver into AJ’s new shoulder.           “Thanks, Doc,” AJ said as he rotated his arm, presumably testing the durability of his new part.           “No problem. But I don’t know how many times I have to tell you, don’t... Continue Reading →

The End

Hundreds of people stood in the plaza staring at the bright red blaze in the sky. The scientists and politicians had told them all to prepare for the end. The life-ending asteroid was arriving. Contrary to what many people thought would happen, it was eerily calm. So quiet, in fact, that if someone had let... Continue Reading →

Glow

          A soft, bright blue glow hung silently in the window of Johni’s bedroom. Like clockwork for the past several weeks, the light had awakened him from his sleep. It was a pleasant glow, but tonight, he began to realize that it was robbing him of some much-needed rest. Johni was unable to discern just... Continue Reading →

The Siren

Jessica Ferretti sat quietly at the dinner table with her husband Shawn. They had arrived at le Vrai to celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary. They normally hosted a big party, but this year, they decided to do something a bit more lowkey. Shawn had grown tired of her months long planning for the past 13... Continue Reading →

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