Tag: distopia

  • 4 out of 5 – Backstage for “In the Dark… We Hope”

    Writing “In the Dark… We Hope” has been a multi-layered challenge.

    First and foremost, the very premise of the book scares me. To be honest, if it wasn’t for the fact that this book has been pestering me to write it for more than 10 years, I wouldn’t be writing it now. It’s just that I know it won’t go away if I ignore it, no matter how much I try. I’ve tried,

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  • Technology vs Courtesy

    The other day at my local Target, I was just stepping up to my turn at the checkout when I got a call from agency (interpreting). Considering that any communication with my agency could lead to money, I consider it too important to just ignore. At the same time I was about to engage in another (money related) activity. So I did the only thing I could think of to keep everything right – I answered with a quick “Can I call you back in a couple of seconds?” waited for the assent and hung up.

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  • Six Sentence Sunday – In the Dark… We Hope

    Abby tried to relax. “He’s remembering things that never happened.”


    “I’m not crazy,” Chris yelled at her. “You’re a liar.”





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