A happy Friday to you all!
How are my Wonderful Listeners doing? I hope you’re doing well. I most certainly am doing well myself. It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted the eighth edition of this feature but I found time to put out the next one!
If you’re unaware, Have A Nice Read! is a feature where I basically share with you some blog posts that I believe others should be reading. It’s that simple.
So, let’s get right to it then, shall we? 🙂 Continue reading
In 1970, Curtis Taylor is departing from the confines of being a soldier in the Vietnam War. His departure is cut short when he is suddenly isolated in the complete wilderness of Vietnam. His wife, Madison, is anxiously waiting for his return back in the United States. Her only reassurance of Curtis’s safety is thrown into question when his promised letter does not arrive as scheduled. As time slogs forward, and the possibility of contact diminishes, the two lovers contain their compounded angsts in their personal diaries. With new unforeseen and problematic events arising at every turn, both struggle to clutch to the one belief that keeps them going: their inevitable reunion.
Two Sides of the Same Coin
©2016 Carlos Lewis
The vibrations sent waves crashing about the interior. The noises of grunts and moans were piercing the glass and creating a steady tide inside the cup which lay on the table. Between the intervals of grotesque noise, stillness reclaimed the water’s movements. Only the loud and occasional thump would send shockwaves towards the center, colliding, forming a concentrated point of tension which would explode upward towards the ceiling. Continue reading
Good afternoon Wonderful Listeners! 😀
It’s Friday, once again, as it always tends to come around after Thursday. I’ve been doing this for a few weeks now but in case you haven’t picked up on my pattern, I’ve got some more posts for you guys to read! Continue reading
They looked around and gazed out at what they saw: corruption, senselessness, despair, lunacy, famine, and death. The world, no longer incredibly saturated with righteousness and prosperity, now lay barren as a desolate grave shrouded in grey. All life had completely vanished. Bodies were all simply mindless roamers and incurable. Continue reading