- Anne Chowdhury | @TwiAddictAnne
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- Charles W. Jones | @ChuckWesJ
- Bill Engleson | @billmelaterplea
- Siobhan Muir | @SiobhanMuir
- Sheilagh Lee | @SweetSheil
- Silver James | @SilverJames_
- Barbe Crabtree | @ComeOnPeopl
- Cate Derham | @Cate_Derham
- Tina Glasneck | @TinaGlasneck
- Kelly Heinen | @Aightball
- Mark Ethridge
- Revo Boulanger | @RevoBoulanger
Anne Chowdhury | @TwiAddictAnne
Veronica says: I could feel that cold rain! Really descriptive and I enjoyed the interesting twist at the end, with the word play on tingle and electrocution and the puddle.
Sheilagh Lee | @SweetSheil
Veronica says: Wow you could NOT tell where that story was heading until the very end but I HAD to keep reading! Well done, glad it ended well.
Kel Heinen | @Aightball
Veronica says: I could just visualize that poor, unhappy, glittery cat!
Barbe Crabtree | @ComeOnPeopl
Veronica says: Quite a slice of life, very solid writing, felt like I’d come into the middle of a story and even though I knew what was (probably) coming next, I wanted to read more.
He shifted in his recliner, knocking over a tumbler half-full of scotch, spilling it on his lap. Despair washed over him, accompanied by very fuzzy, vague images from the night before. He knew that he was in trouble. His drinking had mushroomed into uncontrollable alcoholism and was ruining his life. He had no life anymore; no life in his soul, no life to look forward to and no love. His will had become won’t. His relationships were dwindling, pretty much confined to fellow drinkers, and of course they only showed up when he was “on the town”.
He felt the tears well up, blocking his eyes and his throat. He tried to recall the previous evening and couldn’t discern whether the pictures in his mind were flashbacks or the result of subconsciously absorbing what had been shown on TV. From his chair, he could see the back end of his vehicle slightly askew in the driveway so he knew he had driven himself home.
“God, Dude, what did you do?” he asked himself.
The doorbell rang.
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