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Short Story / Horror

February 16, 2020

Reads: 319

Comments: 1

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Everyone who reads or writes horror knows about vampires. The original and best will always be Dracula by Bram Stoker but we can all have our version. These two spend their time gambling, which goes well until someone tries to call their bluff. Read More
Father of two young motherless children takes on a vile cemetery owner and his right hand enforcer 'Red' in order to save their house from a fraudulent possession. a strange recluse neighbor 'Mr. Sidog' and a gravedigger intervene mysteriously and spiritually to save the children and the family from… Read More
Mother's gravesite and Red. Read More
Memorializing the Pascagoula Indians, and the residents of the Gulf Coast, after Hurricane Allen. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 22, 2019

Reads: 113

Comments: 1

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Written in the aftershock of the devastation of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina Read More

Reads: 171

Comments: 9

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poem about a place I visited Read More
Prelude is a prequel to Crescent City (An Alec Winters Series, Book 2) and is free for you to read everywhere. Get a behind-the-scenes look at sixteen-year-old Alec Winters, a New Orleans teen-jock, before his strange, supernatural transformation. Discover little-known facts about the cultural differences of the deep-south and… Read More

Poem / True Confessions

April 17, 2018

Reads: 1297

Comments: 2

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There was one particular day in my life that I will never forget. I had an interaction with a homeless man. It wasn't uncommon for where I lived, because there were many homeless people in the city. We went to a local restaurant and he told me his story.… Read More

Book / Thrillers

August 29, 2017

Reads: 5778

Comments: 20

Shelves: 1

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Mature Audience Is Advised. This is a Five-Star Must Read Shadows of Obsession: A Romance Novel, which cautions us that sometimes one touch, one taste of undulated ecstasy, or a one chance encounter is all it takes to be the object of someone's affection, or your secret desire to give… Read More

Reads: 801

Comments: 2

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Sondrah hated it when Zander left her, as he did each time he had to tend his father's business. The plantation home was large when he was there and immensely lonely and much larger when he was gone. She knew she worried too much, but he would return from the… Read More
Life in the Streets and courageous Chinese immigrants and American Homeless make a living Getting along to get along. Meet "Loud and Proud" and the Zombie, the "Kitchen Help" and life on the corner of Basin Street and Canal in Beautiful Downtown New Orleans. Read More
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