…for all your insurance needs.Specifically, if you need insurance that you’ll laugh and/or cry while reading my stories.Read More J.L. Love
He looks me in the eyes, not saying anything for a long time. Finally, he speaks. “Who are you?” I smile. “I am me. Just like you are you.” “True. We are all who we are. But what would you like me to call you?” “If you feel the need to paste a label on […]Read More Pronounced “zinc-see.”
So, we’re traveling west, making stops along the way. One of those stops was in North Platte, Nebraska. Cute little town. Anyway, we got up and hit the road at exactly 9:00 am, which was kind of early for us. We got on the Interstate and drove for about 75 miles before we needed to […]Read More My funny time zone story.
My March entry of Susan Dennard’s Story A Month Challenge was based off of this picture: Enjoy FOXFAC3. FOXFAC3 – Jeff Love – WattpadRead More March #storyamonthchallenge: FOXFAC3.
Having successfully completed an entire year’s worth of daily very short stories, also known as #vss365, I’m taking on my next writing challenge: One short story a month for 12 consecutive months. My first story was inspired by the prompt: An accountant has lost his umbrella. You can read it over on Wattpad, for free […]Read More Crawley: My first #storyamonthchallenge entry.
…it were a better movie. Or at least shorter by about an hour. I’ve always been a believer that in the big Marvel vs. DC movies, the DC films get a bad rap; that they lack the bombast and grandiosity of the blockbusters featuring Iron Man, Cap, Thor, et. al. Indeed, there’s room in my […]Read More WW84: Oh, how I wish…
As I was getting out of my parked car to head into my office building for work this morning, I noticed a peculiar sight: The car next to mine had fifty cents on its roof. These two quarters were not on the hood of the car, or the windshield; they were right there on the […]Read More Quarters From Heaven
When the cold of winter finally snaps here in Minnesota, many motorists will find that their vehicles’ tires are in need of a little pumping up. I happen to be driving a recent-model SUV, that conveniently informs me when any of my tires take a little dip in air pressure. That’s where the convenience ends, […]Read More Winter. Pressure.
This is the excerpt for your very first post.Read More Get to know your boy, Jeff!