A is a regular person. B doesn’t know the number 3 exists. A: Cool! I’ll come pick you up at 3 o’clock and we’ll head to the game. B: You’ll pick me up at what o’clock? A: 3. B: I don’t know what you’re saying. A: (sighs) Fine. Forget it. I’ll pick you up at […]Read More What if you didn’t know the number 3?
Young Barry Buffalo arrived home from school. Dad could tell that he was upset. “Barry? What’s wrong, lad?” “Hi, Dad.” Barry shakes his backpack off his back and it lands with a smack on the moist floor of the cave. He headbutts his father hello. “Rough day at buffalo school today. The guys were really […]Read More A Serious Talk.
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.