The darkness within will always find a way out.

There’s always been a small, dark voice in my head creating stories. One thought that came out was called Poor Investment.  It's ​ about a guy that was a jerk to a homeless person. There’s another one called Piece Full Kitchen that’s about a woman simply preparing a meal in the kitchen while the vegetables are taunting her. 

One of the stories that was published in The Woodshop Writers' "BeLonging" anthology is about a man that has a problem when someone just wanted to use the bathroom. 

Then there was Ear to Ear , about a heartbroken kid working at the same movie theater as his ex. 

I can't say for sure that my cynicism is always right, but clearly that isn't the point. The point is that the darkness within will always find a way out and it's best to get these thoughts out by writing them down as a means of expression.  
These days it appears that karma is taking a break and the bad guys are getting away with way too much. So when I do sit down to write, those offenders will often get it in the end. (Yes, sometimes literally).  

I hope you enjoy my stories about them.


I realize that people don’t have a lot of time so I’ve written stories that are around 100 words. 
Stories that were prompted by Jason Rekulak's book, The Writer's Block.