by James McLindon
A debtor burdened by crushing student loans is offered a way out … but is the deal too good to be true?
You Didn't Say That
by Ellen Davis Sullivan
A couple finds their trust in each other eroding as they explore what he might have said in his workplace. Is this the end for them?
by Clinton Festa
Newlyweds get a picture with friendly aliens, but one doesn't like the way they look in the photo, and wants to delete the 50-million dollar shot. They delete the photo, then run into Mr. and Mrs. Bigfoot for a second chance.
Round & Round
by Ryan Armstrong
The inventor of the wheel thinks they may have stumbled upon the greatest idea…or not.
Next to Him
by Joseph Vitale
Doris has made a promise and to her, a promise is a serious thing. But when Bernie stops her from completing it, he learns that he also has a secret he’s kept buried for years.
by Seth Freeman
A tense kerfuffle threatens to derail the conversation on a call-in radio show in which three intelligent canines who don’t always share the same views discuss relevant issues of the day.
Confessions of The Big Bad Wolf
by Marcia Eppich-Harris
The Big Bad Wolf starts to question his life choices, but before he can have a total change of heart, his wife has something to say about it.
The Ballad of Leslie
by Lisa Feriend
Leslie suddenly finds herself vacationing alone when her friend bails on their girls’ weekend - but then a professional chorus arrives to narrate Leslie’s life and brighten her day.
by Lisa Kimball
Two vegans grapple with the temptations of meat and the true meaning of their relationship.
Shake and Fake and Boil
by ek doolin
It is still a pandemic, and a couple of lost Shakespearean characters wander into a recently closed diner. One will learn nothing, but the other might find his way out of eternal suffering through the salvation of a young waitress. Or is it the waitress that offers the salvation?
by Connie Schindewolf
After a genetic test determines a woman is part cat, is her new personality her true self coming out or psychosomatic? Or in her husband's case, just plain psycho?
by Hugh Mackay
It's Hero Day at Sean's elementary school. Sean has come to school dressed as his hero, Dr. Martin Luther King. The costume is fine. The makeup is not. Sean's mother has been called to school to meet with the principal. Can her good intentions justify her poor judgement?
by Jake Lewis
A couple about to divorce argues over who gets to keep a very special pillow...but the pillow has some thoughts of its own.