Thanksgiving Trauma: A Pilgrim Story by Joseph Courtemanche If you think the fights at your family Thanksgiving are bad, you’ve got to check out Joe Courtemanche’s historical imagining that never made the history books. Keep in mind this is all fiction. Click on the angry pilgrim to read the free story that gets us oneContinue reading “Thanksgiving Trauma”
Desmond Wren pulled up to his grandfather’s house, a little more hesitant than usual. He parked behind his uncle Tommy’s red pick-up and shut off the engine. Looking up he immediately regretted his choice of parking spots, but considering the long, circular driveway was already full, he had no other choice. That forced him toContinue reading “Number 57”
Kathy Kexel kicks off our new holiday story series just in time for Thanksgiving. Cozy up in a chair and prepare your mind to delve into a story that will take you through time and space and let your mind wander from the new onslaught of covid cases.
Evergreen by Paul J. Bennett The last story in our current Flash Fiction Wednesday series brings us back to more wholesome living as Paul takes us back south with a sweet youthfulness that reminds us of what it is to be young and hopeful.
This Island Purpose by Derek Elkins Another week, another story. We are so excited to be offering these free stories each week, and we hope you are equally excited about reading them! Click on the island to be transported to the tale!
What About The Window? by Joseph Courtemanche The End. Today’s story is our final #CovidChronicle and the man we call JoePrime brings it home for us. Read it. Enjoy it. Then go outside and enjoy the fresh air and be the good that God has called you to be in His world. You know theContinue reading “What About The Window?”
Light and Darkness by Derek Elkins Just one more story left after this one. Soak it up while you can. Today Derek begins to drive it home with a fictional tale that teaches as must as it entertains. Click on the picture to go into the light.
Reverend Daniel Ramone had a simple plan. He would open up the Church as he usually did on Sunday morning. He would set up the camera to stream live. He would preach that Sunday sermon, as best as he knew how. Then, he would go home and kill himself.It was a long time coming, andContinue reading “The Last Sermon of Daniel Ramone”
New Translation by Joe Shaw I don’t want to give it away, so I will just start you with this: when God speaks, listen. Click on the healthy fruits to access Joe’s final story in this Covid Chronicle journey.
Summer Storm by Kathy Kexel Kathy kicks off our final week of Covid Chronicles kicks with this fabulous story. Enjoy by clicking on the storm below.