Flash Fiction: Jack

Sorry, Dad…   And through the heady, incensed smoke, through the din and screeching laughter of corseted and uncorseted ladies, he saw her. Her face alight with laughter, her dark hair in tangled ringlets about her heart shaped face. In the instant he saw her, he knew there would never be another who would capture … Continue reading

Flash Fiction: The Mountains

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything – it’s been a draining couple of weeks and my creativity  has waned. I’ll be honest, I have no idea where this short piece came from. I wrote it in the twenty minutes before I went to bed last night, and I have not edited it. The … Continue reading

Dexter, or, Are You Afraid of the Dark…

I have been watching far too much of Showtime’s Dexter lately. As in, 6 episodes a day kind of too much. But here’s the thing: it’s so intriguing! I can’t help it. How is it that this show has managed to create a character who is socially awkward and, oh yeah, a serial killer, so … Continue reading