short stories

A work of fiction written in the breathless “thought-stream” style pioneered by the author, “Confession” pulls you into its racing pulse and doesn’t let go even after you’ve read the last word. It breaks through the established walls of the practice of confession in Christianity and brings to light questions about faith and religion that remain debated to this day.

Would you do things differently if you could see your life from 36,000 feet?

"When you meet human beings with honor and dignity in their hearts, protect them, for they will respect you," the Fifth Crane always told the hatchlings.

Would you bet your entire lifetime on a single number?

They say youth is wasted on the young.  But it’s not until the young reach old age that they realize just how painfully true that statement is.  And sometimes, old age comes far too quickly.