Misdirection

2015/05/22 Tim 8

Assistant District Attorney Dan Nash shook his head. “I’m sorry,” he said, “but the evidence is all circumstantial. Even if we indict Joe Bonner there’s […]

The Flavor Red

2015/05/15 Tim 12

“You want me to drink the Koo –” “I want you to taste this cool, refreshing beverage,” he interrupted. “It’s not a… brand name product. […]

Novikov’s Cat

2015/05/08 Tim 23

“Open the box,” Rausser said out loud even though he was alone in the room. “Let the cat out of the bag, so to speak.” […]

when I get big

2015/04/24 Tim 14

I wanna be a fireman when I get big slide down the pole wear the big boots and heavy coat and helmet and ride the […]

Scene at a Wedding

2015/04/16 Tim 15

I hate these things! Well, “hate” is too strong a word. It’s just so… uncomfortable… I mean, all the pressure — the bride and the […]

RRR: Out Like a Lamb

2015/03/27 Tim 7

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. I’m working on a special project for April. I hope you’ll forgive enjoy this repost from March 2011. “Joe, you’re not buying […]

RRR: Satellite Moon

2015/03/21 Tim 12

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. I can’t even…. I first posted this in May of 2012. I’ll get caught up with this online stuff soon…. “What an […]

World War V

2015/03/13 Tim 15

We’re doomed. Gulp. Oh, that’s bitter. The saving grace, if you could call it that, is that all the bigots and racists died first — […]

RRR: Bound in Matrimony

2015/03/06 Tim 9

Warning: This piece of fiction describes an abusive relationship. Sensitive readers are encouraged to visit humor posts instead. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: You might think that […]

Suzie Carpenter

2015/02/27 Tim 25

Suzie started the day we met as she did every day: dressing in the outfit she had laid out the night before, painting her face, […]

RRR: Hunger Strike

2015/02/20 Tim 21

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: I first posted this little bit in February of 2010. I just now found this picture to go with it though! It […]

Belonging

2015/02/13 Tim 15

The first time I saw them, striding from their ships into our village, I thought I was seeing deities. I had never imagined creatures so […]