A man wrestles with reality
old couches and chairs tell their own tales.
She turned her page softly by the candlelight, watching her sister across the room. Jealousy burned within her heart. Her sister, so...perfect.
It's Robin's first day at work, but before he gets there he needs to deal with a local and his knife.
The organic slap of seaweed against the base of the basalt organ-like pillars. Swelling, falling. Darkness falls quicker here than outside, not long till the melodious fugue would cover him up.
Robin's fear drives him into a reaction that causes more problems for him.
Walking in the woods Cecil begins to explain the nature of hell to Robin.
Robin is starting to understand that life is more complicated in Mingford than he assumed.
A western adventure ... not a part of the tour.
bit of help from Pia and fatboy with this. So it's their fault.
had miscellaneous charges on his credit card
Please check out my work! I will return the favor
Unlike the rain in Spain, British rain falls wherever and whenever the hell it wants to. Most of the time it likes to fall just about the time the weather seems to be clearing.
I see the word terminal in big white letters on a back ground of blue and my heart stops for a second, suddenly I’m back at the doctor’s office and my hands start shaking.
The train was crowded and I was late. I had slept in because I was up to five in the morning laughing and crying at the hallucinations my mind had conjured, now I was exhausted and suicidal.
Robin settles in, but there is a lonely echo in the rectory.
Robin and his new housemate Cecil are in Hastings for Robin's first trip to the English seaside.
Emily had been in the backyard. Everything was covered in little white prickles; the weeds, the abandoned toys, the broken chairs. Even the dog poos. Emily showed them to teddy.