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Karma Doesn’t Have to be a Bitch

February 18, 2018
Posted at 8:29 pm

Sometimes Karma isn't a bitch. Flynn Doyle was a drunk, unemployed widower. Then Karma caught up with him.

Suddenly a little red-headed girl was in love with him and he found out some mythical creatures weren't so mythical after all.

He finds out there are things to do that are a lot more fun than being drunk.

My Teddy Bear

February 2, 2018
Posted at 10:47 am

I read through my stories from time to time, and I noticed "My Teddy Bear" was a tough read.

I've submitted an edited version for posting that should be easier to read.

Thanks for your patience. It should be an easy job to write a story and get an understandable version posted, but it seems to be more difficult than I thought.

Glamorous Gracie

January 8, 2018
Posted at 8:24 am

I submitted an edited version for posting that should fix a couple of spelling and grammar typos. I never can seem to resist the opportunity to enhance the story, or the chance to make a strong female character a little sassier.

Look for the edited version when it is posted. It's worth a re-read.

If you like sassy young women, you might like Gracie and her beauty pageant trials and tribulations.

Glamorous Gracie

January 7, 2018
Posted at 11:29 am

Glamorous Gracie is a new short story about the trials of beauty pageant competition for a very well endowed contestant.

Her love affair with her English tutor serves as a backdrop for her pageant tribulations.

This story is almost all exposition, with very little dialog. I hope you enjoy this different way of looking at being a pretty, well endowed girl.

I Was a Teenage Weird Wolf

January 2, 2018
Posted at 9:48 am

Thanks to reader skoullar for pointing out an inconsistency in the 1957 Ford Fairlane engine. I've thoroughly researched it and replace Chapter 6 to correct the error.

I completely appreciate readers who offer helpful suggestions and I am happy to interact with knowledgeable readers.

Thanks again to skoullar