Tag Archives: Short Story
I have to tell myself this every day. Some days more than others. May I share it with you?
Troll Hunting is a short story in parallel to the novel Youngspell – both written by J. Rae Moore. “Cagord ‘ears ya, chicken,” a deep voice bellowed from the dark depths of the cave. “Ya shall suffer for da murderin’ … Continue reading
Monday is a strong, rough man with muscled arms and a strong back. He gets up before the sun and eats breakfast as he drives his truck to work. Purpose-driven and purpose minded, Monday sees each day of the week … Continue reading
29 June 2017 To the Dark Forest Code Compliance Office, I am sending this letter in reference to the numerous notices and fees I have received from your office concerning the overgrown condition of my yard. Firstly, let me … Continue reading
In Case of Huggers “Who goes-a-calling before noon?” Maggie grumbled as she shuffled across the living room. The grungy terrier tagging along at her heels let out a short yip as if in answer. “You’re right, Mr. Dickens,” she … Continue reading
As a felonious toothfairy, Miss Anug is serving hard time as a preschool teacher at Billy Bob’s, a Program for Gifted and Talented Preschoolers. She’s about to attempt an escape when the perfect set of chompers walks into her classroom. … Continue reading