Writing because I must. Once was a bass player. Once was a punk. Once was many of things. Son of a preacher man and the grandson of a Federal Court judge. A curve breaker. A fool proclaiming his folly. A writer from the edges writing for the opened minded.
I give Whispers of Hypnos away for free because it's poetry and it's meant to be shared but please support this struggling writer with the purchase of my other titles that are at bargain basement prices. Cheers!
Poems and short stories have been published by The Bitter Oleander Press, The Sylvan Echo, Pens on Fire. The Cartier Street Review published a passage of The Excess Road in October 2010.
Lives and dreams can be cut short, but the biggest tragedy for those who survive is not taking advantage of second chances.
Les loses his friend in an accident and with it his dreams for the future until a call from beyond the grave sets him on an odd journey to reclaim his future. By going on a quest to save others, he saves himself and the soul of his friend who died.
This is a short story originally published by "The Sylvan Echo" in a modified form. There is a bonus piece of flash fiction included as well. In Blue lips and crayons, friends go home to mourn their friend and find out that more things have changed over time than just themselves.