Sarah Pausch has a hobby, even though her doctor would prefer she didn't refer to it as such. Every day, in each new room or setting she finds herself, Sarah likes to count the many ways she could kill herself with what's around. There are twelve in the kitchen, three in the doctor's office, four in her car--the methods are almost endless, and always brutal. Forced to confront the cause behind her "hobby" and the memories it brings, Sarah slips back to a time she wishes she could forget, to the loved one she failed to protect, and the horrible blackness that followed. It's a journey into the horrifying recesses of the mind in this award-winning short story from the author of "DECON."
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About the Author
Cliff Bumgardner is a filmmaker and award-winning writer from Raleigh, North Carolina. His work has previously been published in The Linking Ring and The Aviator, and his feature-length screenplay The Con was picked up for development by The iNDEE studios and is slated to begin production with Cliff directing in the winter of 2014.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Wow, this was amazing. I love climbing in to the someone's head and looking around, and that is what this story did for me. I found it wonderful.
Dark fun. Recommended.