Before reading the Ravine part four, please read parts 1-3
Before getting into the car, Hunter asked his wife to take a picture of the painting with her phone. He told her he show her why once they reached their destination
Although short, the drive was quiet and unnerving. Hunter’s…
Note: Before reading The Ravine Part Three, please read part two HERE first.
As he stopped to catch his breath, a single memory flashed across his mind.
It was a memory of a girl, gripping her mother in fear, while taking her first step upon the stairs of the Ferris…
Note: Before reading The Ravine Part Two, please read Part One HERE first.
The two stocky movers stood staring at the painting arguing their personal perspectives.
“It’s dark I’m telling you.” the tall man with broad shoulders said, scratching his greying goatee.
“Why would you think that?” the shorter man drinking a…
She looked over the waters below as they slowly carved their shape upon rocks around them.
The sound, of course, was inviting as it blocked out the voices within her head. Voices of decisions yet to be made, choices she regretted, and memories that could not be returned.
Making her way…
The following short story is based on the auditory story I wrote a few months back called “Just Within Reach”. This story continues with Erica, but something about her has changed. Now, she brings into the world a new perspective that teaches a valuable lesson.
Click HERE experience Just Within…