The Cabin In The Woods

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Successful author Josh Brantley becomes bored and restless with his life and decides to go on a walk in the forest. Going down a dark path he has a fall and loses consciousness. When he awakens he is unable to separate dream from reality as he is met by 3 impossibly intelligent humming birds, and a spectacularly beautiful goddess of a girl. Will his life ever be the same again? More
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Words: 5,140
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311235275
About R.H. Proenza

I enjoy photography, writing, oil painting, graphite pencil drawing, computing, playing the soprano sax & clarinet. I live in The South (USA) with my wife, and I'm a romantic at heart!
Writing is a cool "creative" outlet for me. Once I get the notion for a story it starts to run like a movie in my head. It's almost like I'm watching it, then writing down what I "see" and "hear." Some parts almost write themselves...well, almost! If you find me staring into space, that's my 'catatonic writing-mode ' -- I'm quietly processing a story at the time.
Sometimes I see a photo or picture and it causes a story to form in my mind. The last story I wrote ("I Know You're There) came about just by looking at a photo, and I began "writing" it in my head on the two-hour drive to my daughter's house. I also put together the cover on that trip. Go figure!
Often the idea of a story comes from the blending together of true happenings, books I have read, movies I have seen, or my 'take' on life in general. It all goes into a melting pot of the mind called IMAGINATION. "Coming Home" came about by JUST looking at the picture (now on the cover). I let the background and kids' facial expressions suggest a storyline. "The Danger Below" came about from me stepping on a sea urchin as a child at the beach. "Coby's Short Dilemma" spawned from inferiority issues I had as a child. I never know when the next idea will come my way.
You can contact me at docralph2@gmail.com .

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Review by: DanaMynth on Nov. 20, 2015 :
I thought the story was great! So sweet. Happy ending.
The switching between past tense, present, and future was a bit hard to read and keep up with. I think it would read much cleaner if you chose one or was more consistent.
Thank you for a sweet, short, love story!
Dana
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Review by: Silie Tsudachy on April 14, 2015 :
Very well written. Two thumbs up!!
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Review by: Bobb B on March 30, 2015 :
Absolutely lovely story, and if I may add, Soulmates do exist.
But the cabin is very hard to find.
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Review by: Arlene Nassey on March 30, 2015 :
This was a refreshing short story.
I enjoyed it.
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