Second Chance 3

August 28th, 2012 (6 Comments)

If you didn’t read the first installment of Second Chance you might want to start there. Sandy couldn’t tell me a thing about Walter, all she knew was his last name, Solonik.  She didn’t know where he lived, and wasn’t sure what he did for a living!  “Wait a minute,” I said, “Didn’t you say […]

Second Chance 2

August 27th, 2012 (No Comments)

If you didn’t read the first installment of Second Chance you might want to start there. Let’s get something straight right off the bat.  I am not a killer.  Sure, I’ve done some crazy things, some that were pretty cruel.  Like one time Sandy got a job at the 7-11 and had me come in […]

Second Chance

August 26th, 2012 (12 Comments)

Seldom in life do we get a second chance.  So, when I got a phone call from an ex-girlfriend that had dumped me 3 years ago and wanted to get a drink, I accepted.  What did I have to lose?  I had just lost my job, the rent was 3 months overdue and my 99 Camry […]

Last Day Dreams

August 25th, 2012 (2 Comments)

Short Story by Gregory Stevens Abe was a fine specimen of manhood, especially for the time he lived.  He worked hard of course but always, always had the dream of aspiring to do more with his life.  But it seemed lately all of his dreams were being interrupted and disturbed by voices or echoes or […]

Do You Smell That?

August 23rd, 2012 (2 Comments)

The smell was getting much stronger now.  He had to be close.  Any minute now and he would see it.  How long has he been following it, trying to find the source of the smell?  He hadn’t been paying attention to where he was going, and he was completely lost now, but it didn’t matter.  […]

Things to Do in York

August 21st, 2012 (No Comments)

Things to Do in York The city of York, located in the county of Yorkshire, England is a beautiful ancient cathedral city which has a history dating back to before Roman Times. It’s no wonder this city is ranked as the second most visited city in England after London, as it is home to some […]

The Computer That Wanted Life

August 20th, 2012 (3 Comments)

The Computer That Wanted Life  Laurie was always online.  She was always blogging, paying her bills, sending emails, posting on Face Book, shopping, and on and on.  She had to find a way to save time online by having all those mundane things taken care of.  Then she would have more time to do the […]

A Guide to Spending 48 hours in London

August 18th, 2012 (No Comments)

With the closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympic games, London has once again reminded us what the city has to offer. From medieval kings, queens, to the formation of democracy, London has experienced a long history, which further highlights the attraction of the city itself. To have 48 hours to visit London, there are several […]

Pete Best Fired

August 17th, 2012 (No Comments)

August 16th Article by the It was 50 years ago today, well actually yesterday, but that’s a whole different song right?  Anyway on August 16th, 1962, Pete Best was fired from the band that he had played with for over 2 years and eventually became one of the most successful and critically renowned bands […]

Red Church by Scott Nicholson

August 16th, 2012 (No Comments)

Scott Nicholson’s opening line in the Red Church, “The world never ends the way you believe it will” sets up a story that takes place in the small mountain town of Whispering Pines in North Carolina, where the “old families” have a secret. What is causing the tragic, violent, unexplained accidents? Is there a mountain […]