Now the waves of the past were upon Diane, unbidden.
From The Women’s Center by Michele Fitzpatrick. Read more here!
Pies Jakubowski was literally in the belly of the beast, the large, windowless room where he sat presently—and he wanted out.
From Two-Seven Remainder by Matt Hader. Read more here!
Water can provide us with a profound sense of harmony as we feel a connection with something greater than ourselves.
From Peace Breathing by Charles H.C. Kim. Read more here!
A small woman, not young, nor as fit as she’d like, she was pretty vulnerable. Maybe she should think about it again…no, surely nothing would happen to her. Good fortune had followed [Cora] all her life, as if an unseen presence guarded her, and she had some to count on that. She would be vigilant though…
From The Mystery at Sag Bridge by Pat Camalliere. Read more here!
The problem with illusions, I guess, is that it’s probably better to get rid of them at home before you haul them halfway around the world to discover that you can’t eat them.
From My Name is Luke by Jim Ruddle. Read more here!
Deep down he knew the mobsters would never truly be “done” with him. If he agreed to one job, he’d be obligated to do them all from here on out—until his usefulness was depleted.
From God Loves a Madman by Matt Hader. Read more here!