Monthly Archives for May 2012

Review: 420 Characters

420 Characters by Lou Beach My rating: 3 of 5 stars Intellectually I think the concept behind this book is great. Fiction posted to a social network regularly and within the boundaries provided by that medium. I get excited for … Continue reading

31. May 2012 by Greg
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hunk of irrevocable something, maybe?

It was a rainy, chilly Friday morning. Had an appointment later in the day that was very near where I lived, so I figured that maybe I’d just work from home instead of driving all the way to work and … Continue reading

30. May 2012 by Greg
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Adversaries

They both thought they recognized the other, but weren’t sure whether and if so, from where. And neither wanted to break the streak to ask. Every morning, at 5:30ish, they’d both be out for a run and one of them … Continue reading

22. May 2012 by Greg
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Person-who-birthed-me Day Card

Lynn noticed Callie the moment she walked in the store. The girl was singularly focused, clearly on a mission. A difficult one, for which she’d steeled herself in advance. Two hours after Callie had come in, Lynn realized that she … Continue reading

13. May 2012 by Greg
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Review: The Suburban Strange

The Suburban Strange by Nathan Kotecki My rating: 5 of 5 stars Before I say word one about this book, I feel I must provide a few disclaimers. 1. I know the author. So naturally my real or perceived impressions … Continue reading

08. May 2012 by Greg
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Silverman’s Psychiatric

The phone rang. “Is Beatrice there?” “No,” Melissa said, “There’s no Beatrice here. I think you have the wrong number.” “Oh,” said the caller, “I’m so sorry! I’ll try the number again.” Melissa got back to work. An hour or … Continue reading

07. May 2012 by Greg
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