- Good thing my seatmate got sick. We bought seats 27 and 28, but the row ends a little soon...My cookies are micro-burgers. They're quite good.Hmm... That's never happened before...Had to get a shot today and apparently I did an extra good job because I got a Batman band-aid.#wh2096 putting the right team on top. #superbowlIs it just me or did someone hide a #klingon D7 battlecruiser in the wall tiles of the first floor men's room?
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“Side Effects” is the story of Dr Antoine Hall, an inner-city doctor who just wants to take care of his patients. But when the government, the nationalized health care plan, and corporate-friendly regulations make that near-impossible, he has to find … Continue reading
This is a clever, entertaining story that reads easily and did not go where I expected. As an added bonus, it includes a candid look at fat intolerance. While it is complete, it’s a measure of good storytelling that it … Continue reading
A lot of holiday stories are pretty trite, folks, or worse, are cloyingly, embarrassingly stupid. “Secret Santa” is a Christmas story with an edge, with a bit of bite to it, that stands out from the crowd. That doesn’t mean … Continue reading
THE absolute best Christmas story I’ve ever read, hands down! Secret Santa is unlike any story I’ve read about Christmas, so it’s not a cheap knock-off like a lot of the so-called “original” fiction out there. I can’t wait to … Continue reading
I’ve just released my first ever Kindle product (under my real name): Secret Santa, originally published by the Dunesteef in 2012, now available for your reading pleasure with all-new illustrations by Duc Tran. The perfect length to read while standing … Continue reading