Hey folks. Happy 2007 to all of you.
I know it's been quite some time since I've reviewed any stories. Real life has had a way of keeping me very busy.
But, tonight, (Sunday, January 7, 2007) I read an incredibly, refreshing and hilarious story by an author who's work I really respect and have enjoyed in the past.
The story is "To Do It All Again" By Connard Wellingham.
It's a very short and 'fast-paced' story so I will give you as brief a description as Connard gives you.
The story is about a guy who is offered a chance to go back and relive his life. Awesome concept isn't it? We've enjoyed MANY of those types of stories on here at SOL as well as other story sites or even books or magazines.
However, there is a HUGE difference in the story and I urge you ALL to read it with an OPEN MIND.
Connard makes a 'disclaimer' in his description of the story that is a plain as the nose on your face. Read it and give it the consideration it deserves while reading the story to completion. I assure you, you won't be dissapointed with the ending simply because you've been duly warned by the author.
GREAT WORK CONNARD!