Monthly Archives: October 2017

The Day After Halloween, a new story

So after a night of trick-or-treating, which can mean different things if you’re a child, a parent, or a young adult, you wake up the next morning and everything is normal, right? Well, not for one father, who finds his … Continue reading

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Minds out of control in chapter 4 of To Ride the Lightning Bolt

Daphne Vane was actually looking forward to her walk home from a one-night stand. She just didn’t think she’d be going to meet a fiancé she’s never seen while wearing the dressing gown of the guy she just got down … Continue reading

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It’s all a question of status in chapter 3 of To Ride the Lightning Bolt

Daphne Vane is a third-class member of her world. She not only has to ride back in coach, other people decide what flight she’ll be on. We’re talking in metaphors, of course. It’s all about love, sex, and marriage — you … Continue reading

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Life is just a madcap adventure in To Ride the Lightning Bolt Chapter 2

When we last saw Daphne Vane, she was being afflicted with what might be called an attack poodle. But never fear, her Mum is near, and she knows how to deal with bitches. Except when she’s being a bit of … Continue reading

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A new story: To Ride the Lightning Bolt

Meet Daphne Vane. Daphne is, in her own eyes, a perfectly normal young American woman just starting out in life. She has a family that she thinks would be great contestants in a surreality game show. As actual family, they … Continue reading

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