Tim Harrison , a wannabe writer with absolutely nothing published anywhere ever, gets a visit from Felix Bartholomew: a short, orange-eyed man with a red afro. One of Tim’s short stories, Felix claims, has won a major, intergalactic writing contest. Then things get crazy.
I have a pill. It will make you dream an entire, vivid lifetime overnight. You’ll never be the same. Do you take it? This story won a Silver Honorable Mention in the Writer’s of the Future contest. Friedrich Nietzsche: “What we experience in dreams — assuming that we experience it often — belongs in the end just as much to the over-all economy of our soul as anything experienced…” Read online or download the free eBook (best for mobile devices).
A half-barbarian child is taught to control his rage by a loving father and later, a gentle wife. His tainted blood remains hidden from villages who would destroy him. When his father, wife, and child, are murdered, he must face his destiny. Does he loosen release the monster inside, or honor the promise of peace made to his wife? Read online or download the free eBook (best for mobile devices).
Two trees search for happiness. Despite being nearly identical, their paths follow different paths. At the end of the story, see information regarding the self-esteem and parenting philosophies used in the story.
a person who willingly uses his or her talent or ability in a base and unworthy way, usually for money. to sell or offer (oneself) as a prostitute. to put to any base or unworthy use: to prostitute one’s talents. How often are you a prostitute?