Concerning Ducky

I finished the novella, Ducky, today. It finished under 35,900 words in 9 chapters. All nine chapters are posted. Enjoy.

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Concerning Full Disclosure

Please do not be put off by the number of pages in Full Disclosure. The pages are very short and double spaced.

I understand it was difficult navigating through the pages of my novella, Full Disclosure. I have worked diligently to fix that problem and have devised a solution. I had to manually add links to each page. The link on the title page after the text looks like this: Go to Story. I have added page links at the bottom of each page that look like this: Previous Page  Next Page.

I could not put a page counter on each page, so if you get lost, hover the mouse over Full Disclosure and the drop will appear. The page you are currently on will appear in BOLD.

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It’s Sunday, 7/2/17

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It’s Sunday, and I’m still hurting. It’s like I’m in constant ball-racking. My right ball.

I made the mistake, for the millionth time in my life, of trying to be funny and having it fall flat and some opinionated stranger taking it the wrong way. I hate that. I hate it when people can’t recognize that I am, at least, making a stab at humor. Those people have no sense of humor at all. I don’t want to live in a world that is serious and can’t laugh at itself.

I also don’t want to live in a world where people cannot understand the word, unpretentious. Stop reading stuff into my work! My stories are just stories. There are no great life-changing profundities in those pages. I am not William Faulkner or James Joyce, or anybody else. My stories are meant to entertain you, to let you escape into a world I create.

They’re just stories. I’m not out to prove anything.

That’s all. That’s what’s happening today.