Seven flash fiction pieces that explore loss, adventure and strength. Science-Fiction, Thriller and Suspense are all represented. Teenage heroines, redneck tai-chi warriors and demonic waiters wait within.
It’s the day of Bubba and Willodean’s wedding day. The sun is shining. There isn’t a cloud in the sky. The pergola is decorated in high style with baby’s breath and ribbons streaming galore, and the preacher is ready. So what can possibly go wrong? Murder and mayhem can go wrong.
In this alternate Alice in Wonderland, a boy named Alex escapes his drunken Step-Father by entering the ridiculous, nonsensical land of Hunterland, filled with snowshoe hares, Indians, barbed wire and dirt roads.
The Fourth of July isn't going at all as Kim Claypoole expected. It starts with a bang, including a run-in with a dead body, and ends with her juvenile delinquent nephew, Little Bucky, disappearing from her double-wide trailer on a souped up Suzuki.
When Little Bucky fails to return and no one seems concerned but Claypoole, she sets out to find her wayward nephew.
In this quirky short story Harvey Stanbrough transports you back in time to a small town, much lower gas prices, and classic vehicles. Unfortunately, he also takes along a guy who just wanted to go meet and talk with his favorite novelist. Humor? Ghost story? Time travel? Redneck Hickville USA? Up to you.
Bubba is in the midst of wedding planning, or rather, Bubba is the midst of evading the wedding planner, when trouble comes looking for him. David Beathard AKA The Purple Singapore Sling AKA Bad Black Dog McGee AKA a whole new improved persona is afraid something awful is happening out at the mental institute.
Book 6 of the Bubba Mysteries
Hoss Qualls returns to his hometown after learning that his cousin Bucky has been shot dead in the woods, along with an old enemy from Hoss's criminal past. He's determined to get to the bottom of it – if his family doesn't drive him crazy first.
Sweet Spot, Mississippi is just a pathetic collection of dilapidated shacks on the very buckle of the tornado belt, populated by underachieving moonshiners, gun-toting preppers, and born again meth addicts. Enjoy the fireworks as the redneck mayor schemes to defraud the government out of federal aid, only to fall madly in lust with the Yankee CNN reporter come to cover the phony natural disaster.