"Welcome to Hell. Would you like fries with that?"

Rated 4.00/5 based on 7 reviews
A fast food worker finds himself repeating the same hour over and over again and cannot escape. Anyone who has ever worked fast food and was afraid that their shift would never end will appreciate this story. More

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About Ardy

I live in Northern New Mexico. My biggest influences include Stephen King, C.S. Lewis, Tolkien, Frank Peretti, and Trey Parker. I write mainly fantasy, science fiction, and horror, often with a Christian slant.
Some of the things I write are just for fun, like most of my free short stories, which I will continue to produce as long as these interesting, and sometimes quite messed up ideas keep popping into my head. Some things I write because I feel that they are important. I don't intend to be preachy and try not to insert messages into my writing unless I forewarn the reader that they'll be there. My main intentions with my works are to entertain the reader, make the reader think, and sometimes just to give them a good little scare.
Two things seem to creep into my writing often. One is my faith. The other is my proclivity for horror, which even rears its ugly head in my Christian pieces.
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Review by: Gerty So on Oct. 14, 2012 :
I really enjoyed this book alot. Yeah,I used to work at a burger joint along time ago.... It did stink.... No matter what you did, you weren't good enough. Oh well.....
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Review by: S. A. Barton on Aug. 18, 2012 :
I've knocked around a few different stations of the retail world, and I have had that day many times. "What, it's not over YET?"
This story was simply that feeling distilled. Nice work.
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Review by: maryellen Brokop on July 20, 2012 :
Haven't worked fast food in decades (thank God) and now I remember why I quit. That would be awful! Great story!
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Review by: MB Crandell on July 15, 2012 :
I got quite the kick out of your story. Good job with your premise and delivery.
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Review by: Noel Hoffmann on July 6, 2012 :
Cute story.
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Review by: MC Cary on July 5, 2012 :
Nicely done, a little predictable but you knew that. Looking forward to reading more of your work. Sadly, I too have worked fast food so I could relate.
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Review by: Rachel Moss on July 5, 2012 :
That really is my idea of hell. That would be miserable. I really enjoyed this!
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