Greetings and Salutations Extraordinary readers of the blog. As promised last week, today we will hear another short story by yours truly. I do hope you enjoyed last weeks telling of Restoration of Sanity. If you were not here last week you are happily welcomed today, Restoration of Sanity will appear in its entirety on the web […]

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Restoration of Sanity By Dave Benneman Acorns crunched beneath the tires of George Shaw’s truck as he drove into circular driveway guarded by ancient oak trees. The musty air smelled of abandonment and rotting vegetation. The scents combined with the sting of the chilly autumn morning, cloaking him in a dark shroud of depression. Fall […]

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What follows is a pieces of Flash Fiction. Enjoy the ride   Life’s A Carnival By Dave Benneman Chase’s cash reserves were thinning faster than the crowd on the midway. Barkers called half-heartedly from their games. Vicky clutched an immense stuffed panda he’d won popping balloons with darts. It cost him a small fortune. He […]

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If you are familiar with E.A. Poe, you should know that every year on his birthday a mysterious person visits his grave leaving a rose. This tradition has been carried on for many years. This story is a fictional account of who this person is and how the tradition got started.   Three Red Roses […]

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