It’s Friday night -after a hard week at LuvSuks Sheila is headed to her local watering hole in the east end of London – which has been regarded as the ‘tough’ end of town, dating back centuries. Some places in the world are resistant to time and change, same as people. Sheila is one of those people.
Kama 7 is on the run. For him the carnage on stage had been an epiphany.
What delineates good people from bad people? It is not always clear who is the aggressor and who is the victim.
Chapter 3 of Dolls and Dudes. The plot thickens as we go to London’s Luv Sucks headquarters and meet Sheila one very quirky lady.
CHAPTER II of Dolls and Dudes
a work in progess.
THIS SCI FI STORY WILL BE POSTED IN CHAPTERS: CHAPTER 1
The ACC, Android Control Centre is way over its head. A bunch of techies, bio engineers and scientists. They’ve never had to investigate violence or murder or anything on this scale. The entire police force is made up of Androids. That’s where I come in. Androids may be enslaved, but humans are no longer able to fend for themselves without Androids. I never signed up for this reality show. You can say I love my job as much as I hate androids, it’s directly proportional
3 MIN READ: This short monologue is not for the faint of heart. These could be the words of a madman, a serial killer or a wise stern teacher, asking us to take a hard look at the inner and outer structures upon which we have created our lives. You decide.
Saying that the greatest friendship is that created of opposites, might explain Patrick and Tony’s friendship. Two men made of entirely different cloth and weave. Patrick is a tight weave, like expensive Egyptian cotton compared to Tony’s weave, which is as loose as a fishnet intended for catching big fish. A funny tale of friendship, becoming a pet owner and finding love.
It’s Friday night and there is a full house. Annie is waiting for the featured act of the evening. Tonight she gets to carry a fancy looking gold tray with a glass of champagne to the dancer at the end of her act.
10 MIN READ: Historically, the romantic basis of marriage has been regarded with ambivalence, although it offered the promise of happiness and personal fulfillment, these were generally considered imprudent. This is the story of a child bride in Canada’s prairies, post WWII