Eric was spreading butter on toast at his breakfast table.
“What an amazing invention, these transitory tables are!” said Clarence. “They are breakfast tables in the morning, and by the time you have gotten home from work, they are dinner tables!” Read More
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The bar is clean, the last few stragglers have been cleared out and Finn settles down for a night of drinking with the stranger who had come in earlier that night. Read More
Cold sea water lapped gently against Kate’s feet, and she exhaled briefly in delight at the cooling it provided. It was a hot day, and she relished this relief. It was her first holiday with Mark since her Mother had passed away, and she wanted everything to be perfect. Read More
On a foggy morning on a hillside scattered with rocks and bushes, threaded through with lanes worn into the earth by wild animals, whose destinations and desires are of no consequence to the civilized folk who inhabit the nearby town, a thick wet fog settled down, hiding the meanderings of an unusual creature. A very unusual creature indeed. It was my intention to discover this creature, learn its ways and, if possible, befriend it. Read More
On Thursday of last week I received a call from a friend of mine, name of Liam Kelly, in which he offered me the chance to go to the European film premier of Total Recall in Dublin’s Savoy Cinema on O Connell Street. I, of course, said yes. Read More