In “Burial Grounds” we join Max on an isolated farm as he works to cover his tracks. Throughout his life, he’s fought with his inner demons, losing at times. After being controlled for some time, he is flung into a world of uncertainty. Timothy, Max’s elder and mentor, as usual, has to clean another of Max’s “mistakes.” Has Timothy finally reached his breaking point? Will Max ever quell the violent voices tormenting his soul?
Losing a loved one is hard. Losing someone that has impacted your life in a major way can be nearly unbearable. In “Give and Take” we are greeted by a series of dream sequences, highlighting a few of Caleb’s most memorable interactions with his father. A touching tribute to a great man and his impact on generations to come after.
The shortest entry, so far, is “The Drifter.” But, don’t be fooled. For such a short story, suspense and mystery take hold and leave you with more questions than you began with. By the end of the story, I assure you, you will have barely noticed that none of the characters are named.
“Art Heist” is a different perspective into the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, in March of 1990. A view into the preparation of the heist, from the perspective of the criminals in question. As Robby and Marco prepare for one of the largest heists in U.S. history. Doubts sink in throughout as the men come over the plans, make sure that everything is set, and they can evade capture.
Finally, I present “Virtuoso.” Vinny and Mutt are two teenagers seemingly trapped inside an ever-changing world. From unearthly creatures to supposedly uninhabited islands, even the middle of a techno dance floor. The possibilities are endless. Can the young men survive the barrage of weirdness and escape with their lives?
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About the Author
Nathaniel Wescott is a student at Full Sail University, enrolled in the Bachelor of Fine Arts of Creative Writing program. His experience is currently very limited, mainly restricted to flash fiction and short script writing. While he hasn't had any work accepted to date, as his work continues to grow and improve, works are sure to be accepted. He is currently involved in several personal projects, which he hopes will one day become great works. His love for the professional wrestling industry is driving his passion to become a lead writer for a WWE creative team.