My short story, “The Dark Side of Serendipity,” has been published on the Jersey Devil Press site. This was a story I'd worked on in your Extreme Writing class, so I think the ladies might get a kick out of seeing it in print. You can read “The Dark Side of Serendipity,” in the Brilliant Disguise category, and also my headline on the cover (home) page.
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Author of A Keeper’s Truth
You can read Denise’s story here.
For information about submitting to Jersey Devil, see here.
I opened my copy of Writers' Journal this afternoon to discover that my story, "Officially Old" had won Third Prize in the Writer's Journal annual fiction short story (under 5,000 words) contest. Along with publication in the July/August issue it comes with a cheque for $100 US. I think I might frame the photocopy of my first payment for writing. My cheque, hopefully, is in the mail!
The story is a decidedly tongue-in-cheek look at turning sixty five and at the perils of having a wife who views retirement differently from oneself - to which I can personally attest as the story is not entirely fiction...
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