Audio Short Stories
Many our fans enjoy listening to my Short Stories.
It is expected over time to have all stories also available in as Audio Short Stories
I want to thank my long time friend, Chuck Bartok for lending his voice.
In the forest, Harvey comes across a formidable foe and he is compelled to protect Gwennie Harvey’s eyes snapped open, but he didn’t move from under the tree. There was only one kind of animal whose presence would cause the forest to go silent with dread. The one kind...
Harvey, the Grey Cat, Rules his Forest Domain. Except when a interloper arrives and Harvey tries to enlist the aid of his Human to help rid this outsider. Results are a bit comical. Audio Version [audio...
Arch Patton is assigned to a seemingly simple assignment by headquarters in Langley. An exchange turns a bit sour half way up Cotopaxi……
The Big Freeze didn’t affect this spider and housewife. Marauding bands of cowards should heed the word of ladies protecting their nests….
Sitting on a park bench in Santa Fe, contemplating what is worthwhile and remembering Algiers. Flashback to a childhood encounter with a
Life can get boring on Hawaii.But sometimes a simple walk along the beach and to a treasure pool can be very rewarding and a way to break the vicious Writer’s Block.
Clark and Peter crouched under the queen-sized bed. They slept together because they were kids and they’d been in the house only a couple of months
This fishing trip turned in to real ordeal for Tomas when he meets Herschel, the bear cub A chance meeting with a mother bear and her cub proved to be a fortuitous experience.
Zack and Streblo, the feral grey cat who adopted the eight year old living in the boathouse, experience meeting Jerry Strain.
Peter found himself abandoned on Green Island in Kure Atoll, where he had a chance to meet another Sunday. His dysfunctional family was on a holiday visiting the Northernmost of the Hawaiian Islands
John Whitworth sat at his desk, his head turning to peer through the glass double doors that also served as his only window to look out over a small portion of Puget Sound.