Tiny Tommy

Tiny Tommy leads a terrible life. Other children abuse him. His father views him as penance for the riches he has accumulated. The world sees him as slow, and the voice inside his head is the only one he has. His mother is the only person in the world that has ever cared enough to try to understand him.
His sixth birthday party is a celebration for the town’s aristocracy—and a gathering of torturers for Tommy. All of his friends are here, accompanied by the sycophants that raised them.
Tommy’s mother has a surprise for him, though—one that will both make his dreams come true and change the lives of all involved forever.
Vivid and remorseless–Tiny Tommy takes revenge to the next level.

Moments At Rest

Moments at rest are the turning points in our lives. This collection off short stories is based on those moments. The stories in this collection run the gamut from introspective self analysis, to elaborate revenge, to life changing decisions in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. They are honest, brutal, tales of horror, tragedy, redemption, and damnation. Some are heartbreaking. Some are antagonistic. Some are inspiring. All originate from a deep, dark place within the hearts of men.

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Just Write Something Damnit! — Day 11

I cannot, for the life of me, think of anything to write this evening. I have looked around my room, thought back through my day, watched a good movie (which usually sparks some kind of creative thought), and still nothing.

Just Write Something Damnit! — Day 10

Last Night I went to Walmart. I needed to load some money onto a prepaid card so I walked in and went directly to ‘services’. I’ve made hundreds of trips to this particular Walmart. The only thing different was that this was the first time I’d done so since the mass murder at the Walmart in El Paso.

Just Write Something Damnit! — Day 9

I cannot tell you why I did this today, but I did. I was standing in the shower trying to collect my thoughts for the day. It’s usually the most distraction-free block of time I get (I imagine that’s the same for most people) so I have been trying to take advantage of it as much as possible lately

Just Write Something Damnit! — Day 8

I struggle with social anxiety daily. Some days are better than others, but it always there—right below the surface of my forced smile—struggling to strangle me.

Just Write Something Damnit — Day 7

I stopped going to church as soon as I was old enough to make that decision on my own. Back then I had questions (as most children do) about God and our church (as most churches are) was a place of instruction—not a place to ask questions.

Just Write Something Damnit! — Day 6

The words you are reading now are not the words I originally wrote down on this page. Those words (the originals) were here, but now they are gone.

Just Write Something Damnit! — Day 5

make mountains out of molehills every day. It has been a defining character deficiency since as far back as I can remember. There has definitely been a reduction in this momentum shattering practice over the past few years, but I still find myself doing it now and then.

Just Write Something Damnit — Day 4

I have been staring at this screen off and on all day trying to think of what to write about. These posts are meant to be a simple challenge/exercise that keeps me writing and moving forward with this site. Most of the posts thus far have been written quickly and accomplished the goal. Today is different.

Just Write Something Damnit — Day 3

Spirituality, at it’s purest, is actively working towards being a better person. I see people getting this wrong all the time.

Just Write Something Damnit! — Day 2

The words you are reading now are not the words I originally wrote down on this page. Those words (the originals) were here, but now they are gone.

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