Double Dutch and Other Stories

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Two long stories and two short ones.

Double Dutch: Aaron is a 13 year-old boy living in Norwalk, Ohio in 1984. Jill, his friend and neighbor for 3 years, decides to move their relationship to the next step with a kiss at a downtown festival. This makes Aaron happier than he’s ever been. But when Jill’s family moves away to another state he must cope with the sudden distance between their lives. Can he? And if so, how? Find out in this coming-of-age story.

Konky: Albert Konky cannot believe his luck. He has just won six million dollars in the state lottery. Delirious with joy, he spends a night out celebrating at the town bar…only to discover his apartment robbed, and the ticket stolen, upon his return home. How will he deal with suddenly having everything he could ever want, only to see the carrot pulled away at the last moment? Find out in this comedy. Konky contains adult language, adult situations, and adult humor.

Hurricane Angel: A paranormal investigator living in the big city returns home to reconnect with a girl he once loved and lost. But as he is soon to discover, things are not what they seem. The girl can only love him back for a brief time before the consequences of their missed opportunity become clear.

Aftermathers: Ken White is a man living in Cleveland, Ohio after the devastating events of world war III. His employer, a ruthless underlord known as Beetle Durgeon, has hired him to track down and kidnap a man known as Madnishnue, who has been sending death threats to Durgeon. White and his girlfriend, Bridgette, locate Madnishnue on a train, but run into trouble with his bodyguards, who will stop at nothing to protect their master. Can the two heroes accomplish their mission, or will they fail and be cast into the gutter by Durgeon for their incompetence?

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