Working From Home

How many of us authors, readers, event planners, brokers, bakers, candlestick makers are presently dealing with working from home? There are a lot of challenges that we are facing in this new world, so here are some helpful tips that I picked up in an interview with organizational development professional, Dr. Ann Gladys, author of … More Working From Home


“Courage” by S. Faxon He had wanted to be a centaur for Halloween. Instead, he was dressed in a white hospital gown with tubes sticking out of his arms. It wasn’t so bad this time around, Adam thought to himself. He could see out a window from his bed and wasn’t stuck around the other … More Courage


Mosquito by S. Faxon The stairwell that led to the attic was unnerving even of itself. The seemingly innocuous items left along the side to the sides of the unfinished steps looked out of place in this space. To think that a victim to be recovered was somewhere behind that white door at the top … More Mosquito

The Prize

A short, mostly fictional tale… The Prize A short by S. Faxon It was there for the taking. One yellow balloon at the top, right corner of the wall. It was hers. Aiming the arrow to shoot at the balloon would have been much easier were it not for the substantial amounts of wine consumed … More The Prize