I stood there as they lowered my grandfather into his grave. My mother cried while Dad held her. The blasts of both the rifles and the trumpet signaled the farewell of a friend. Me? I just stood there. I knew I would see him again. Call me a nice Jewish boy, but I knew I … Continue reading Short story: Operation Ages or The Great Man’s War
Prompt Response: No different
This story came from a writing prompt on the subreddit r/writingprompts. The prompt was as follows: “Several hundred years in the future, Humanity is nearing extinction. Animals like Dolphins, Dogs, and Elephants have evolved to human-level intelligence. Debates rage over weather humans should be preserved." ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "Absolutely not!" the … Continue reading Prompt Response: No different
There’s a superhero for everyone.
Why you should read at least one volume of a comic book in your life. Because one is written for you, whether you know it or not. So with the recent release of Avengers: Infinity War, I thought it would be a good time for me to bring up a topic I always like to talk … Continue reading There’s a superhero for everyone.
Short Story: Blood of the Dragon
In a rare genre combo, here's my take on a sci-fi martial arts story. Rain. So many saw it with disdain. To me, it is the most precious gift. I stretch out my hand and my home is nourished. Every drop filled with life-giving manna. The drizzle is my sigh while the downpour, my tears. … Continue reading Short Story: Blood of the Dragon