The Fall

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is actually a novel that I wrote in my spare time at work. I was driving a laundry truck at the time and had a couple of hours a day where I had nothing to do so I took along some notebooks and started writing. This is still in rough form so please be gentle with me.

The story centers on a group of people bound together for a reason. They all find out the reason as the story progresses.

I welcome any and all comments, good and bad. If are mistakes are not pointed out to us, how are we to remedy them?

Table of Contents

Part I

Submitted: June 09, 2007

This is actually a novel that I wrote in my spare time at work. I was driving a laundry truck at the time and had a couple of hours a day where I had nothing to do so I took along some notebooks and started writing. This is still in rough form so please be gentle with me.

The story centers on a group of people bound together for a reason. They all find out the reason as the story progresses. Read Chapter

Part II

Submitted: June 09, 2007

PART II Chapter 1 Greg Chisum straightened his tie from his reflection in the chrome elevator doors. Satisfied, he lowered his ar... Read Chapter

Part III

Submitted: June 09, 2007

PART III Chapter 1 Greg barely noticed that the elevator was slowly filling up with people. He was thinking about his new job. No... Read Chapter

Part IV

Submitted: June 09, 2007

PART IV Chapter 1 Greg was surprised to find that he was actually not having a bad time being stuck in the elevator with the othe... Read Chapter

Part V (1 of 2) Brian

Submitted: June 09, 2007

PART V 1 “What the hell are we supposed to do now?” Heather asked rhetorically. Brian answered. “Mike?” he said. ... Read Chapter

Part V (2 of 2) Brian

Submitted: June 09, 2007

5 A year later Brian longed to quit high school, the classes were too hard for him to concentrate on, but he knew that if he did he w... Read Chapter

Intermission I

Submitted: June 09, 2007

INTERMISSION I “Oh my God,” Carolyn said. Brian looked at her with dry eyes, but didn’t speak. Then he looked at Mike. “A... Read Chapter

Part VI (1 of 2) Heather

Submitted: June 09, 2007

PART VI 1 To Heather New York always seemed like the most glamorous place in the entire world. Granted, she had never been out of... Read Chapter

Part VI (2 of 2) Heather

Submitted: June 09, 2007

8 They talked for fifteen minute before Dave leaned over and kissed her. She allowed herself to be kissed for a moment, then began ki... Read Chapter

Intermission II

Submitted: June 09, 2007

INTERMISSION II “So that’s how you got the job,” Carolyn said. “By screwing a lawyer.” “Hey, I’m not proud of it,... Read Chapter

Part VII Steve

Submitted: June 11, 2007

PART VII 1 Money had always been a fleeting thing in Steve Jackson’s life. He had been born in New York, six blocks from the ap... Read Chapter

Intermission III

Submitted: June 16, 2007

INTERMISSION III “So that’s what’s in the briefcase,” Carolyn said. “The $50,000?” “Yeah,” Steve said, looking do... Read Chapter

Part VIII (1 of 2) Carolyn

Submitted: December 28, 2007

PART VIII Chapter 1 Twelve year old Carolyn Wilshire loved her daddy, and he loved her.Never had a father and daughter enjoyed ea... Read Chapter

Part VIII (2 of 2) Carolyn

Submitted: March 27, 2008

Chapter 5 Garland Lattimer was a short, frumpy man whose poetry, while rich in texture, didn’t make sense to Carolyn. She didn’t ... Read Chapter