Monthly Archives: February 2019

Headaches, from Sanity’s Threshold

I have a lot of headaches these days. Not the run-of-the-mill, I-drank-too-much-last-night, kind of headaches. No. Mine take on a life of their own; they possess me, fill my mind with shards of hot glass. They stroll in and dance … Continue reading

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An Interview with Phoebe Darqueling author of Riftmaker

via An Interview with Phoebe Darqueling Riftmaker available on Amazon Here’s the blurb: Save his boy, uncover a conspiracy, and master opposable thumbs—a dog’s work is never done. Buddy’s favorite thing is curling up for a nap at the foot … Continue reading

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South Dakota Blizzard

We’ve been holed up in the house for three days now. The snow is stacked up so high we can’t see out the window anymore. Ma says it helps keep the heat in, but it’s hard to tell cause even … Continue reading

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Melting – from Sanity’s Threshold

It whispers up my leg as I pass over the heater vent, the tickle of its fingers like feathers on my skin. Why did I have the heat on this late in the summer? The ting, ting, ting of the … Continue reading

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Fresh Bread

I catch his scent, sure as I can smell the bread baking in the brick ovens. The yeasty, mouth-watering perfume wafts past me, makes my stomach growl, and moves on to infect my customers who are immune to the underlying … Continue reading

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One Match

I only needed one match to create this beauty. Its magnificence plays upon my eyelids, dancing and illuminating the dark recesses of my mind. I open my eyes ready to absorb the wonder of my creation. It is my David, … Continue reading

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