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The Old Man Shifted -chapter 2

    He smiled inwardly as his monkey mind spun and danced, trying to grab his attention, to pull him away, but he was having none of that.  He could hear the gentle, soothing voice of Dr. Maxwell Maltz, the … Continue reading

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THE OLD MAN SHIFTED

    The old man shifted in his wheelchair.  He punched some keys on his computer’s keyboard.  His wife hollered across the room at him, “Are you at it again?” “Yes, dear,” he said. “Well, you’re stupid,” she said.  “All … Continue reading

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Chapter 7

Kurt’s pirate-face flashed crazily in the light of the candle that burned, between us on the floor, underneath the three blankets we had spread over the backs of six Shaker chairs. I no longer thought of him as Mr. Vonnegut. … Continue reading

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Chapter 5

A pale white fellow with a Jehovah’s Witness smile sidled up to me. My body tensed in apprehension. He bent at the waist and leaned towards me. He was going to say something. There was no avoiding it. “Do you … Continue reading

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Chapter 4

After stumbling and scraping my way across the void separating me from my house (which now was as accessible to me as the eleventh dimension), I arrived at my destination. That wedge of light that had beckoned to me was, … Continue reading

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Chapter 2

Valerie Perrine had not aged a moment, following her exposure in the movie SLAUGHTERHOUSE 5, back in 1972. She was wearing a slinky, silk robe. It was chromatic cyan and she spun to show me the artwork on the back. … Continue reading

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THE UNEXPECTED RETURN OF ELIOT ROSEWATER – Chapter 22.

CHAPTER 22. And so it was that Sylvia Rosewater was traded for a soviet spy and she started a new life in Michigan, working as a greeter at Walmart. She became a recluse, friendless, save for her live-in lover, Sir … Continue reading

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