The Silent Audience--A Historical NoteThe Silent Audience--A Historical Note1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Silent AudienceA Historical Note
"And everywhere he looked, there were countless eyes, blazing yellow eyes all leveled balefully at him," the elderly resident said. "His voice froze in his throat, and he sat motionless unable to move. As the Englishman gazed transfixed, he suddenly felt a sharp tugging on his jacket sleeve, and slowly glanced down."
It was in the summer of 1964 when I first heard
Le tigre dans le mur (The Tiger in the Wall)Le tigre dans le mur (The Tiger in the Wall)1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Tiger in the Wall
Furry Art Critic
May 8, 2010--Yesterday, some Simon Cowell of the animal kingdom chewed one of my Sock Monster sculptures on. It was in the back storage area in this china cabinet; I went in to get some work gloves and discovered Easter egg shells scattered all around and large turds inside the bigger pieces. It looked really recent too--maybe like a couple weeks ago.
My mom got those really ornate Easter eggs from a garage sale just down the street, and they sat in an egg carton in my room for several years before I incorporated them in a humorous E
The Ghost TowerThe Ghost Tower1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Ghost Tower
Imagine a towering luxury condominiuma soaring spiral structure with wide carpeted hallways and hundreds of luxurious suites. You have it all to yourself with state of the art technology so you do not even have to clean up any messes or even change the pool water or tend the lush topiary gardens. You do not even have to scavenge for food and fresh water when the automated system provide
No LimitsNo Limits1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was mid-October. It was either raining or hailing or freezing cold or all three. The scenic streets of Hogan's Gap were lined with frost and frozen puddles. As Adrienne Myers commuted to and from school in the near-polar conditions, what got her through the