Hi, Mary Beth. Thank you for your comment and so glad you liked the story. The small series of short stories I'm writing present sensations and images of the beginning that twist during the story and get reversed at the end. The literary equivalent of a Moebius ring.
Posted 8 years ago on Till Death Do Us Part
Anthony, I produced the file but when I try adding it, and clicking update, it stays there forever. It does not seem to be adding it to the story at all. My I send the file to you in another way?
okie. Will do it for sure then. Thanks Anthony for mentioning it.
I'd love to...but as a non native I might have an accent... Would it be penalizing?
Hi, Anthony.I'm glad you liked the story. I don't know what the narrated tales competition is, though I understand that with a professional narrator this story could really be emotional. Well, it has been emotional writing it, too.
Radio Wildfire EntryWritten—this time—after breakfast, on a sleepy Sunday morning. Was raining outside, and the view out of the window was gloomy. That might explain it...If you liked the story, and feel like to, leave a comment/review on Amazon, too. http://amzn.com/B009NL3VWQ
Hi, Audrey... was thinking... would you post the comment you sent me to Amazon?
Posted 8 years ago on Love is Forever
Wouldn’t you halt the flow...
Thank you, Audrey. I got your comment via email (it doesn't appear here for some inscrutable reason.) The main character is clearly a disturbed person, and it is not uncommon for these characters to seek for an ultimate justification to their evil doing, thus the "religious" belief too takes a horrid twist.
Hi, Mary Beth. Flashes of images—like subconscious bursts—I think you have a nice collection of thoughts that you could reuse for a longer story, or different ones even.
Posted 8 years ago on He looked over at me, and I felt the heat of his...
Thank you, Mary Beth. They are now all (a bit longer, plus two more titles) on my Amazon author's page. I plan to write a collection on this theme: Good, loving feelings to become the reason for horror and madness. I'm glad you liked them.Cheers,Massimo