A Little Serial in the Morning: Blog Stories in Bite Sized Pieces

A Little Serial in the Morning: Blog Stories in Bite Sized Pieces

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A Little Serial in the Morning: Blog Stories in Bite Sized Pieces by David Megill

This is two fictional short stories, each originally written in serial form across many days on DavidMegill.com. The first story, Batman was Here, is broken into days and covers one week of an unusual relationship. The second story, Otis, is broken into "floors" of a building and is a bit of a mystery, filled with odd characters and and strange intersections.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781480182189
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/31/2012
Pages: 80
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.17(d)

About the Author

David Megill was born in a little village called Rotifunk. This little village happened to be located on another continent (Africa) from the one in which he currently resides (North America). No credit should be awarded to him for this bold move, but rather to his parents who happened to be there when it happened. David was born the baby of the family, for which he should also not receive credit for all people are born babies. David did not know this when he was born but has since learned this after the birth of his own seven kids for which he should receive only partial credit, barely any really, but it is still true that all of them were born babies. This is a fact which David's wife Ann finds rather convenient.

Through the next four decades David dabbled as a juggler, a magician, a musician, a locksmith, Danny Kaye/Dick Van Dyke wannabe, pizza maker, pizza eater, horse track gate opener (is there a name for that?), thermo-vaccum former operator, dragon tamer (with the business card to prove it!), and various less notable jobs before settling in mostly as a pastor, conference speaker and writer.

David hopes his books, in which he rarely speaks in third person will bring you encouragement, hope, laughter, joy and an understanding that you matter to God.

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