Category Archives: Dialogues

Eddy – Win a Copy

Eddy, my new novella, will be out next month. I’ve been invited to read and speak at the Poe Museum’s Birthday celebration upon its release. However, you can win a free copy before it’s released! This is a fictional account … Continue reading

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Random facts stalkers don’t know…

I grew up in a tough neighborhood. (don’t stereotype me) I was in a band. (for about 5 minutes) I was in a few movies. (another 5 minutes) I wrote my first “novel”at the age of 11. (an angst ridden … Continue reading

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One Dollar Stories

How much is your image worth? Cris is an angry person. He feels that he is not getting his fair share. I’m not sure we can say that he ever had integrity given what he’s about to do. He thinks … Continue reading

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Spoiler Alert!

Daughter: My friend invited me to Oregon, I need a new bathing suit. Me:  Bathing suit?  It’s going to be chilly. Daughter: So I’ll take a sweater. We’re going sit on the beach at night and watch the stars. Me:  At … Continue reading

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Paintings with Owls.

C: Let me guess- are you a third grade art teacher? Me: no. C: Oh, your friend showed me that picture of you with paintings of owls. Me: So, it looks like something a third grader could do? C: No, … Continue reading

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