Just in time for Halloween here is a story of a Cajun women who is not in touch with reality but with her Deity Majamba, who she calls upon to kill all those who have harmed her and are not having her committed to the local state hospital. Or is it, as it may all be a dream. This is a story for those who like a twist at the end. It is safe for those above 16, though there are themes of non-graphic violence, the operation of a hospital and state mental health facility, and delusions of being in contact with a Deity.
This is the story of a lawyer on his way to lunch who gets hit by a drunk angry driver and driven into the restaurant and pinned under the car suffering major burns. It describes the treatment applied, his emotions and feelings, his eventual recovery; and in a courtroom how he gets to face the person who hurt him. This story is based on actual treatment protocols for burn victims, and courtroom testimony.
This is the story of a small-town nice guy - well liked, well respected - who one Friday afternoon sees his whole world crumble and as his friends try to help, they just make the situation all that worse, and he winds up terrorizing the town. This is meant for mature audiences only, as it contains sexual situations along with graphic gun violence.
This is a story about a major metropolitan hospital on July 1, where mass confusion reigns with all the outpatients needing to be re-registered; new interns, residents, and volunteers start, and while a comedy it is meant for mature audiences only.
This is a story of a ground executive officer in a B-17 bomber squadron in England during the early days of the US entry to the war. It is adult in nature (sexual situations, rape, suicide), and is meant for those 18 or older.
This is the story of a dog and his life told from the viewpoint of the dog from it's birth, adoption, family life, and it is set in Austin TX. It is safe for all ages and is written for those six years or older, and makes a great bedtime story.