Here’s my latest downloadable. It’s a fictional piece called “Ostrich” and is in no way based upon my life. At least I’d like to think not 😀 Please freely distribute to any and all who may enjoy (it’s eReader friendly). I’d love to hear what you think.
Hi friends, it’s been a little while, I know. Lately, I’ve been hard at work getting We Were Like Sons published, but in my down time I’ve been plugging away at my fiction. Years of Potential is my latest story. Please freely download and distribute to all who may enjoy (it’s eReader
How the Weighty May Fall by Aaron M. Green “I’m a lifelong parishioner, and I’ve always tithed. Always, Reverend. Why would anyone who says they’re dedicated to the mission of the church not give to help her? I’ve never understood these newer people who’ve been
“Well, doctor, I think you lied to me,” she said, the quality of her voice slightly altered by the subtle sandpaper tone of the telephone. Dr. Leroy Church was just closing his office when Patty Hanks called. The sun had been on its way toward
Feel free to play this track ^ by my friends La De Les while reading. There are varying opinions about what it means to be an introvert or an extrovert. Frankly, I wonder if we aren’t just both sometimes. He scribbled that down.
Here is a piece I wrote for LOVE NAIL TREE during the spring of 2013. It was originally published here. Rebecca finds her mother in tears. They live in a tiny apartment where they eat rice, beans, and week-old bread for dinner most nights. Rebecca
“We’re finally vacationing,” Mother said while drying off another dish. “It’ll be nice. A fresh break. We need those. Everybody does but especially us.” Father was standing there, his right arm propping his body up against the counter. He looked calm, like it might not have
Bosh: 1. Absurd or foolish talk; nonsense Examples: “You know perfectly well—and it is all bosh, too. Come, now, how do they proceed?” — Mark Twain, The Gilded Age Practice: Frank slapped his left arm with his right and gawked at the two men sitting
Nubilous: 1. cloudy or foggy 2. Obscure or vague; indefinite Examples: 1. “…trucks as thick as whisky casks and bark like rough-out leather, tower overhead so that the path between them is sheltered from the sun, creating a nebulous atmosphere, soft and pungent with resins,
Apoplectic: 1. Intense enough to threaten or cause a stroke. 2. Of or pertaining to apoplexy. Examples: “When Abie used to shout, Rebecca always used to make a joke that he was having one of his apoplectic fits.” — Alan Grayson, Mile End “Some on