457 pages of absolute tomfoolery and badassery, all to the end of staying alive. It is with great pride and excitement that I announce the completion and release of my first independently written major work: "Alacrity". When I was young and my father was planning the purchase of a sailboat, he sat everyone in the... Continue Reading →
Sitting on my bed, my world still seemed surreal. No matter what the type diagnosis was, I knew my life expectancy was shortened notably. My hopes that my bizarre health issues were just a temporary fluke were smashed.
I was smoking a cigarette when the cop came up and asked for my license and registration. I asked him if he minded, then flicked my cigarette butt past him into the road.