Sunday Story Segment, writing

Asena 10: Plans

Rejoin Asena as she scrambles to save both Emmett and Marlene from a possibly lethal plan to uncover the truth about Francis' murder. Comment below to add your thoughts and ideas! Thanks!   This was a terrible plan. I wasn’t usually the type of person to get swept up in a grand idea without weighing… Continue reading Asena 10: Plans

Sunday Story Segment, writing

Asena Ch. 9: A Coffee Shop Deal

Join Asena and Marlene as they dive deeper into their case with a familiar face making an appearance. If you think you know what might happen next or want to make a suggestion, comment below and you may just see your suggestion show up in the next installment! As always, thanks for reading and feel… Continue reading Asena Ch. 9: A Coffee Shop Deal

Sunday Story Segment, writing

Asena Ch. 8: Harold’s Daughter

“She’s gonna be great.” He took a long drag on his cigarette and looked over at Harold. The wind had tousled his black hair and the smoke from his cigarette was snatched away almost immediately. Harold smiled, flicking an ash off the end of his cigarette into an ornate ashtray. He stared at  his little… Continue reading Asena Ch. 8: Harold’s Daughter

Sunday Story Segment, writing

Asena Ch 7: Partners

“Tell me again why she’s here?” Danny asked me. He was in his uniform and was taking notes in a tiny notebook. Similarly dressed cops were swirling around the hotel room. Forensics techs were dusting for fingerprints and detectives were theorizing with each other. “I didn’t expect there to be a body,” I snapped. “I… Continue reading Asena Ch 7: Partners

Sunday Story Segment, writing

Asena Chapter 6: The Pembrook Ruby

I wasn’t sure if I had seen a grown man throw a bigger fit than the one Marlene’s security guard threw, but I was definitely happy to be inside The Carson and away from his white-hot glare. Marlene seemed absolutely thrilled and I felt the eyes drawn to us as she flounced through the ornate… Continue reading Asena Chapter 6: The Pembrook Ruby

Sunday Story Segment, writing

Asena Chapter 5: Marlene

Marlene had a boyfriend who had liked to spoil her a few years ago. Fancy dinner dates, trips to exotic locations, purses more expensive than my college tuition, and, of course, flashy jewelry. Marlene loved the attention and didn’t care at all that most of it was stolen or paid for with stolen credit cards.… Continue reading Asena Chapter 5: Marlene

Sunday Story Segment, writing

Asena Ch. 4: The Office

I knew that I had to find Francis. I laughed inwardly, enjoying my own Marvel reference. So far, I had caught a few lucky breaks. Emmett had heard of him at one of my favorite bars and Danny had been the cop to throw him out. I was feeling good about myself though I didn’t… Continue reading Asena Ch. 4: The Office

Sunday Story Segment, writing

Asena: Chapter 2

The Blue Benjo liked neon, cheap liquor, and, despite its logo looking like the dog from Blues Clues, was known for housing Silver City’s lowlife. With a population of 400,000 and a top ten university in the heart of the city, Silver City had quite a few places like this. It was easy to see… Continue reading Asena: Chapter 2

Sunday Story Segment, writing

Asena; Chapter 1

Welcome to Sunday Segment. Each week, I will post another chapter from the ongoing novel. If you have an idea, story prompt, question, or direction you'd love to see the story go, either comment or send me a message using my contact page and I'll see what I can do. Today you'll meet Asena, a… Continue reading Asena; Chapter 1

Original Work, writing

Footprints

Characters: Mallory-waitress at Hal’s DinerPaul- Mallory’s eight year old sonRon- Paul’s friendGeorge- Paul’s imaginary friendReggie- waiter at Hal’s Diner Setting:Winter. A block in a small town. A street with fresh snow on it. Stage left is the street corner. The street goes through center stage. Stage right is Hal’s Diner. Inside Hal’s Diner, booths and… Continue reading Footprints