Cold Snap, An Unexpected Break as Told to Alexa by Cayden, Age 6 3/4

To hear the actual audio, click here: Monday, 5:30AM: Hi, Alexa! I have to talk to you, because Momma says it’s too early and Junie won’t talk to me after I looked for the candy in her Skullcandy headphones. I’m up so early because the school called and Momma’s phone is set real loud. We… Continue reading Cold Snap, An Unexpected Break as Told to Alexa by Cayden, Age 6 3/4

Mitsy Bats Her Lashes (Part Two)

Part One (which you'll want to hit first if you missed it): Mitsy Bats Her Lashes (Part One) Audiophiles, listen here: Mitsy blinked rapidly at the man. She’d been in hostile negotiations before, but over carpet allowances and alleged foundation cracks, not “what” she was. Be direct but unthreatening, her training told her. “My name is… Continue reading Mitsy Bats Her Lashes (Part Two)

Mitsy Bats Her Lashes (Part One)

Listen Here: Why people wanted to live out in the woods was a mystery to Mitsy McDonnell. She made good money selling remote homes to people who thought they wanted to ditch civilization. Later, she made even better money reselling those homes when they realized an hour to get to the grocery store was about… Continue reading Mitsy Bats Her Lashes (Part One)

Permanent Solution

Audio Here, Text Below: The front door opened with a bang. Stewart cursed softly. No one was supposed to come in that way. He didn’t have a sign out to say that, but his business was supposed to be low profile. Not breezing through the front door where anyone could see from the street. He… Continue reading Permanent Solution

Glitter and BOOM

Audiophiles, Listen Here: The target’s name was Sheila Hamspelter, codename “SHELIA.” We let Brian come up with the codename, and you get what you get with Brian. My plan for infiltration was simple. We would ride in on flowers and disperse from there, achieving maximum coverage over several days. Brian fell on his flat face… Continue reading Glitter and BOOM

Now The Day Is Over

Audiophiles, Listen Here: Everyone sat stiffly in their seats, facing the fully open coffin and large portrait wreathed by pink lilies at the front of the church. Nothing would start without her, and the pianist was on the fourth round of the first song, dragging a little more each time until the tune itself seemed… Continue reading Now The Day Is Over

PULSE

Rejoice, Audiophiles! Listen here: I was trying to change the world in my own small way. When I say that, I’m not being modest. I was trying to change the world with my patented nano-exploration technology. It’s small, and I own it. I do love precision.The ocean floor trip wasn’t my idea. The spaceheads insisted… Continue reading PULSE