This page is reserved for links to Stories, Poems and Art I want to share.
This page is under construction but if you click on any of the colored words they will take you to that story, poem or art work…
I will constantly be adding new material to this page, increasing the menu of stories, poems & art.
Follow the links below as your interest leads:
“The Chief Physician” –4 short stories combined that are allegorical illustrations and metaphorical in nature.
“The Everlasting Wonka” —This is my attempt to take the writings of Roald Dahl and continue on with an idea of what might take place following his “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”and “Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator.”
“Fair Science” — a short story of a weird, crazy but brilliant scientist who invites three children into his mansion and his mind.
“The Park” — a short story about 3 boys who sneak into an abandoned amusement park and discover that it has a mind of its own.
“Bite To The Bone” -A bit more serious and more of a Sci-fi thriller drama is the story…”Bite To The Bone” -a short story about a scientist who discovers that mixing spider webs with tiny glass beads create some new material used to grow and repair human bones.
“Image Nation” (very short story, just a 10 min. read, about me and my 5 children)
“The Soul of Dr. Rooosha” –The main character from the story, “FAIR SCIENCE” goes soul searching with his friends and employees.
“Toy Town” – A short story about a curious little cottage in a small town and what mysteries it holds.
“Billy The Tree Climber” – a simple, yet magnificently complex, short story of a boy who was destine to climb a tree in order to experience the journey of a life time.
Abandoned Retreat -A man’s Internet radio broadcast is his link to the world from his mountain side cabin away from the world.
For a YouTube playlist of some of the stories being read go to: STORY TIME: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnjQOVtw61eiFv27rv2rhA3-8U8EyDXya
click👉STORY TIME AUDIO BOOKS👈
The above are all short stories (15,000 words, some more some less) the below two are closer to novels (40,000 words, more or less).
(Those last two are about how a Romans 12 Christian man applies his lifestyle even while in Jail and then in prison)
I’m still doing most of my writing from my cell phone and sometimes have to split up posts into parts.
“SLAYING THE DRAGON”/Drag On Dragon (still in draft)
“It Is Written” (still in draft form)
Sometimes we just gotta write. Many times it may just be a seed thought or idea. I don’t consider myself a great writer but I do have concepts that may inspire people with the gift to take things further.
In honor and in memory of My son Alexx (a.k.a. Pressing Words) I started pulling together what I could to put on line for others to see, unfinished or not. The week of his death he asked me to do this and encouraged me to get what I have typed out and finalized online as well. This will take time.
We are also working with the publishing company and illustrator that was working with Alexx to finalize Alexx’s last project.
I also hope my daughters Kyri, Olivia, Madi and Abbey (his sisters) will not only enjoy writing like I do but share it boldly, without fear, hesitations or limitations. Alexx set a great example. Now he rests in peace and we enjoy what he left behind.
“In Due Time” (Another Story Alexx had just begun) 👈that one we were going to write together.
My stories or parts thereof may not be reproduced in any form, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form by any means – electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording, or otherwise – without prior written permission of the publisher.
My stories are a work of fiction. Any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or businesses in practice, are purely coincidental. The views expressed here are my own, as are whatever factual errors exist in the text.
“I Fought A Dragon” (still in draft form)
Wood Burning 👈click that for post.
Here are a few pictures- this first one is one of my son’s skin art (tattoos).
Below is one of my son’s last piece of are
Below is one of my doodles