Two guys find an old cabin filled with pictures, from the turn of the century to current. Finding a passageway that allows them to travel into those photos. They find themselves lost. The only way... More > out is to hunt down the doubles they made of each other in the pictures.
This leads them to a porthole that goes back in time. To the birth of the plants and beyond. There are pictures of everything, from Dinosaurs, to the creation of the Earth itself. But what confuses them most, is, whose pictures did they find, Aliens or God’s?< Less
It’s about a person that found himself changing places with an Indian. Lost he needed to find a purpose, and not expecting to find what he did; that left him wondering what was real. What... More > shocked him is, many times in life he was his worst enemy.< Less
A killer buys his freedom from those that could be corrupted. A lost man is out for revenge. The Judge and Jury had a price; they could be bought. However, for a devoted father and husband, a wound... More > was cut deeper then all of time could have healed. He fractured and the years of his missing family sent him over the deep end.< Less
We were young when our village was raided. They killed all the men and raped the women. There was nothing we could do to protect them. We were just children. But we’ll never forget that... More > day for as long as we live. My brothers and I were six years of age the night we ran. We never can forget it. My father did all he could to protect his family and his home. We all wanted to stay and fight with him, but we were forced to hide in the woods with the women and children.
I know I’m speaking for my brothers when I say, we didn’t want to run and hide. I especially wanted to stay and fight with my father. He said we’re too young. They didn't know my heart. I saw no reason to run and hide, to live with this pain I feel now. I've walked everyday seeking revenge for that night, I’d rather of died that night with honor, then live the way I do now, with shame. Knowing I ran from our father on his last stand.< Less
While watching a television show on the plains of Africa I fall asleep. Instead of watching the show, I find myself living on the plains witnessing the events that are on TV live as one of the... More > animals.
What is strangest is how everyday life on the plains of Africa relates to my daily lives struggles and good times. I find there’s a deeper lesson then expected and I question much about life, finding many answers within myself.
Almost every word of this book is true from events in my life, to what happens on the plains of Africa I see through television shows, and how it connected with the struggles for all that walk this Earth.< Less
I was feeling creative and I said to my best friend “~V~ give me two words and I’ll write a book.” She said, “My mother.” I said, “What about her?” She... More > said no dummy, that’s the name of your next book. We both laughed. Therefore, with her words this is the story that followed.
A mama’s boy can’t live without his mother, needs her for everything. Only after a long life and a shocking death, can he realize just what he meant to his mother. Thanks Vanessa, for the title of a book, however next time please don’t make it so personal. Tough subject and I had problems separating it from fiction and my life. Many of the stories have some truth of things that happened throughout my life. I added a few twists to make it interesting.< Less
The next day you came home from the hospital. You were so small. I couldn’t believe your little face. We brought you into the house, the entire family was there to welcome you. It had been... More > a couple minutes. When out of the laundry room comes this howl. It wouldn’t stop.
We walked to the room thinking something might be wrong with the puppies. At three weeks they’re tender. We ran to them and there’s Ginger. That little guy was sitting on his butt. Your mother was holding you. That dog looked in your direction and didn’t take its eyes off you. It was love at first sight. It might have been puppy love, but it was the real thing.< Less
This is about my battle with Lyme disease. How it stole my smile for years and how I conquered this illness. It left me lost for what seemed forever while ill, before I’d found myself again. I... More > didn’t know my own face in the mirror, and how I looked in the tinted glass one day. After years of struggling I saw something I hadn’t seen in a long time, my smile< Less
Five short stories
Two guys find a passageway to travel into photos. There are pictures from Dinosaurs, to the creation of the Earth itself. What confuses them, is,... More > whose pictures did they find, Aliens or God’s?
The Bag Tie Killer:
A killer buys his freedom and an innocent man seeks revenge.
The Keepers of the Windmill:
A girl hit the front and flipped up over the car. I ran to her aid and found nothing! She was a ghost. Died hundreds of years ago.
The Indian In Me:
A man finds himself changing places with an Indian. When looking back he has been his worst enemy. It’s a fictional story, but the feelings and emotions are true.
Although Nick was only three, he remembers what they did. And as the years pass, he grows, but the memory the boys planted was cemented.< Less
A story about mans immortality. An exploration deep into the tropical jungles brings discoveries mankind isn’t ready for. Unable to handle what has been spawned into the human race, people... More > are forced to the ice caps to survive.
The earth suffers, with suffering is rebirth. Through the greatest trials of man, he learns. Through the total collapse of governments people learn they don’t need them. They could take care of each other. In the end of what looked like the worst time man has ever seen. It turns out centuries later, nothing could have happened better. From these labors of travesty, the birth of paradise is found on earth.< Less