By: Alicia Young
Kira twirled her index finger repeatedly around the metal utensil submerged in her caramel latte. She despised the waiting game as much as she despised the beverage, but she remained...
"I don't know what in hell you expect from me," Ross Tanner growled as Ackerman entered his Las Vegas office.
"Fifteen minutes of your time, plus a few answers."
"C'mon, we both know most of these...
LIES (As Mentiras)
Docento was a master on the pandeiro, the Brazilian tambourine, and was considered
the best percussionist in Santa Teresa, one of Rio’s many crowded hillside neighborhoods where music could...
Here she is, then – sitting across him. In the armchair, in front of his desk.
And exactly what he was afraid of, is happening. Because, right now, as the daylight collects its last ribbons...
The Unknown Man
By: Angelic Hinojosh
Mario awoke obstinately, "Today is the day!" he declared. Today he will travel down Main Street to the ice-cream parlor that cozily sat in-between the pizza shop and the insurance...
"You're here with the conference?" the clerk asked as he paid for his inspirational paperback and his Dentyne.
"Al-Anon," he replied, trying to meet her lowered blue-green eyes and instinctively bumping up his...