Reaching out, Seth grabbed a hanging vine and pulled himself up to a ledge, where he could rest for a minute and decide what his next move would be. Looking down the mountain, he was amazed at how far he had come. “I really can do this,” he said, noticing that he sounded more confident than he felt. Read more
Timmy’s Time Thwarter
Timmy’s experiments were always getting him in trouble. The first time was a trial to determine the distance and speed that an object would travel when thrown from a moving car. He was six years old; the family decided not to replace the cat. Read more
Randy first noticed the clown when he looked out his window and saw him standing under the street light in front of his house, leaning against the pole. He was talking on his cell phone, laughing and pointing at Randy. Read more
Trail Of Dimes
When he saw the first dime lying on the ground, he reached down and picked it up without even thinking about it. Then he noticed another one about four feet away, so he walked over and picked that one up, too. That’s when he first realized that there was a trail of dimes, leading across the parking lot. Read more
The injured prey crept quietly away and hid in the tall grass, waiting to see what his attacker’s next move would be. Unable to move very quickly, its main hope for survival was waiting, and hopefully avoiding detection. Read more
She didn’t understand why, but when the short, balding, slightly hunched man approached her with a mysterious gleam in his eye, she nearly fainted. As she stumbled, he quickly grabbed her arm to steady her, and she felt a jolt of electricity shoot through her body. She began to sweat and felt a chill run through her as she watched him slowly pull a little green satchel out of his coat. Holding the green satchel in front of her eyes he said, “Follow me.” She couldn’t take her eyes off the satchel, it seemed to glow! She had to know what was in it! Read more
What a Wild Dream!
Man, what a wild dream I had last night! I was the President of the United States, and I was in a meeting with my advisers, members of my cabinet, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and everyone was asking me questions. Read more
It was an ordinary morning for Winston F. Harlow and he smiled as he performed his normal routine. He had taken a shower, and was now reading the paper while drinking his coffee. He lived a quiet life. He wasn’t married, and he didn’t have any living relatives. To say that his small apartment was modest was being kind. He didn’t have a TV or a computer, and there was only one picture hanging on the wall. Read more
Tonight was his last performance. The high council didn’t like the storm makers to become very popular with the public. Drantonian was ready for the end, he had expected it to come much sooner. It seems that he had been preparing all of his life for this final show; he had practiced it in his head, over and over, now the time was finally here. Read more
If you haven’t read all of Second Chance you might want to start at the beginning.
Second Chance 13
Sam stops near the building by the parked trucks where he saw Tatyana running. “We have to keep her from getting to the phone,” he tells Sandy as they get out of the van and head towards the trucks, “we’ll grab her, and take her back to the cabin.” He didn’t know what they were going to do with her after that, but he decided to worry about it later. They see Tatyana hiding behind a truck and quickly run towards her, relived that it was going to be so easy to catch her! Read more