"Trail in the Snow"a short story by Jeremy C Kester Click here for content warning and for what "Month of the Macabre" is here. It is tough to move in the damn snow. Cold only made it worse. Cold and wet, not that we feel much of it. You’re breathing heavy, probably from fear, but … Continue reading Trail in the Snow – Month of the Macabre
"Flight"a short story by Jeremy C Kester Click here for content warning and for what "Month of the Macabre" is here. She was sitting calmly on the blanket laid out on the ground. The air was cool, only a hint of chill in the slight breeze. Before her, her doll, headless with a limb torn … Continue reading Flight – Month of the Macabre
Several years have gone by since this idea first appeared. It was something that came to mind as the days started to wane and leaves changed colors. Skulls and pumpkins began to decorate the outsides of houses ushering in the season of Halloween. After it first came to mind, I’ve wanted to push to write … Continue reading Month of the Macabre
Many methods are used in both business and in the realm of self-improvement with the objective of, well… improvement. I am always looking for sure ways to move myself onto a new plane, to upgrade our game, to move into a greater league of play. Think of it like if you played baseball, like you … Continue reading Why?
I remember my days playing NES in my parents’ assigned apartment back on base in Germany. I was only 10 or 11 years old at the time we lived overseas, my father posted at what used to be Peden Barracks outside of Wertheim, Germany. My brothers and I were delighted to be gifted that Nintendo … Continue reading Hitting Reset