Category: 2020

Vampires Reflect On The Pandemic

Jake: When everything closed down it was a challenge. It isn’t like I could just run to the store. Sure I could get by on the bottled stuff, but it isn’t the same as fresh. I need that, you know, human interaction. Elizabeth: 2020… Continue Reading “Vampires Reflect On The Pandemic”

Vald’s Vampire Diary: Black Holes and Cats

Vald’s Vampire Diary: Black Holes and Cats Dear Diary, It is Yule season and there is still a pandemic happening. We must be careful, even though we are Vampires.  This evening my friends Constantine and Randolpho dropped by for a small gathering. They are… Continue Reading “Vald’s Vampire Diary: Black Holes and Cats”

Silent Nights – Don’t forgot those who are easily forgotten

Silent Nights – Don’t forgot those who are easily forgotten I made it out to the farmhouse, just outside of town. The lights were off but I knew they were at home. Sometimes they forget to turn the lights on. Sometimes the heat. The… Continue Reading “Silent Nights – Don’t forgot those who are easily forgotten”

Juliette’s Book Club: Free Books for the Holidays and the Pandemic

A lot of us are staying in a lot more these these days due to the pandemic. Luckily we can always escape into a book or a short story. Winter is also here which means more curling up with a book while the storms… Continue Reading “Juliette’s Book Club: Free Books for the Holidays and the Pandemic”

Over the river and through the woods to nowhere.

This year Thanksgiving will be small. Yes, even Vampires have holidays. Even Vampires have things to be thankful for. The children, despite being adults, are going through a period of angst that they skipped when they were teens. Thank you Covid-19. Or should I… Continue Reading “Over the river and through the woods to nowhere.”

Vote

Vote. Vote for the young people and their future. Don’t vote on one issue. Vote for the big picture. Your vote matters. Get the facts. I’m sure the shock jock on the radio or a Sunday morning preacher hasn’t done as much research as… Continue Reading “Vote”

Short Fiction: Play Date

The last day stuck in his memory. Josh had left the meeting and work for the day. He needed to think.  Coffee and avocado toast. He’d found a seat by the window. Four hours of negotiations on the acquisition.  His phone dinged quietly with… Continue Reading “Short Fiction: Play Date”

Vlad’s Vampire Diary: Fashion and Foreboding

Dear Diary, A sense of foreboding surrounded me. I could feel the darkness and cold grievous glares of unforgiving eyes in the darkness. The anguished cries grew louder and louder. There was no escape. No place to run. I knew I must take action.… Continue Reading “Vlad’s Vampire Diary: Fashion and Foreboding”

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