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A Song for Kenny Novel (Part 8)

MISS YA LARRY, YOU TOO MOM Morning's sun was like a furnace. It wasn't very comfortable to have your face feel like a pancake on a hot griddle. Only...

A Song for Kenny Novel (Part 7)

WHAT’S GOING ON HERE? Kenny knew it was time for a decision. Running away occupied his thoughts constantly. He hardly dared to say the words out loud...

MISTER FATE

'The Scientific Method'

Slugs, Snails and Puppy Dog Tales!

Some of you may remember that I published some stories, originally written as bedtime stories for my grandson, that involved the two dogs at TURN Education (Packham and India) trying to make sense of their world. Amongst the things that they encountered were moving house and starting again somewhere entirely new, the arrival of all sorts of other animals, including ducks and donkeys, and latterly trying to understand what the pandemic was all about. Sadly, these stories had to come to an end when Packham became unexpectedly ill and died within a few days, leaving us all in shock. I haven't been able to write much more (other than a Christmas story) because India no longer had anyone to talk to, until now...

You win some

The County Stand at York Racecourse, The Ebor Meeting on a beautiful August day. ‘It can’t get much better than this,’ Bill said, squeezing his wife’...

THE CRAB

'The Beautiful Game'

A Falling World:Chapter 9 Part 2 Kidnapping

David grabbed the gun and sped out the room. A hobble at first but one that quickly turned into a sprint. He wasn’t a runner. David was an infrequent...

A Falling World:Chapter 9 Part 1 Kidnapping

The building was brightly lit much to the aggravation of Hastur. He was a creature that felt most comfortable in the darkness that accompanied...

Blue

Silence. It had been almost five minutes since they had been shown the image and no one had said anything. The hologram flickering was the only sound...

Ascension

Pain. Everything and everyone hurt. Regardless, Lore felt better than they had since their journey began. Char had guided Lore to one side and was...