The Abduction: A Novella, Part Three

THEN 5 Sam Greensborough leaned forward and peered at the small open box Michael sat at the center of the table. “It’s beautiful, Michael.” He said. “Triphanie will love it. When’s the big day again?” “Tonight, actually,” Michael said. “Five years. Can you believe it?” Sam nodded. “They fly by fast,” he said. “Hell, CarolContinue reading “The Abduction: A Novella, Part Three”

The Abduction: A Novella, Part Two

2 The hangover was bad, but not nearly as rough as a few of the ones Michael had on the inside (That hooch could be brutal). He scraped himself out of bed, went to the sink, looked at his reflection in the mirror. Boy, he thought, you really look like shit. His eyes were bloodshotContinue reading “The Abduction: A Novella, Part Two”

The Abduction: A Novella Part One

NOW 1 Michael Ashe was fucking drenched. He’d been standing in the rain for at least ten cigarettes, staring at his ex-wive’s house, trying to work up the nerve to walk up and knock on the door. He was more than a little disappointed with himself. After three years and change inside the walls ofContinue reading “The Abduction: A Novella Part One”

Still Travelling, by Annie DuChene

I’ve continued my pathalmost finished with my journeyon the road to the moon at last!Though trials and tribulationsare to come stillI stop, gaze at a moonlit fieldAll feelings of doubt concealed.People tried to get me to returnBack to the land of the sunYet,seeing this viewI knowI’m so close nowOn the road to the moonI canContinue reading “Still Travelling, by Annie DuChene”