FOUR FOLDS: PRIDE, PERSEVERANCE, PRINCIPLE, & PERCEPTION is a collection of flash fiction that attempts to connect to the reader’s soul. In “All that Matters”, Derrick, a prideful Marine, journeys across the desert of Southern California to make a date he’s promised to keep. However, a stoner and an overgrown bully may threaten his arrival. How will Derrick navigate egos to fulfill his promise?
At his wit's end, Derrick, a former Marine Officer comes home to find an unexpected package on his front porch. The contents of the parcel force him to deal with an explosion of memories and emotions. How will Derrick deal with his feelings? Will he persevere? Find out in the short story “For if they fall….”
Anthony and his long-time friend Kevin are debating the future. “Kevin’s New World” presents two sides to a falling coin: Anthony’s principles and Kevin’s ambitions. The outcome will change the world. On which side will the coin land?
Jealousy and anger spark as Kevin watches airline passengers from his concourse waiting area. When the plane takes off, Kevin and his partner Jason, are faced with a staunch reminder of what they perceive as conservative aggression. In “Turbulence,” Kevin confronts both his fear and his false perceptions.
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About the Author
K. D. Harris is a novelist and screenwriter of Science Fiction and Fantasy. He holds a B.S.E in General Engineering from the United States Naval Academy and is currently pursuing a B.A. in Creative Writing for Entertainment at Full Sail University. Publications to his credit include “For If They Fall…,” (Down in the Dirty Magazine, July 2018), and “Turbulence,” (The Corvus Review, July 2018). He’s served as an enlisted member of the United States Navy and a Commissioned Officer in the United States Marine Corps. He’s currently a Fulfillment Center Manager at Funko, LLC. He believes in doing good for goodness sake and inspiring others to be the best version of themselves. A tattoo on his back pays tribute to the words of Ralph Waldow Emerson, “To know even one life can breathe easier because you have lived…”. Follow K.D. Harris on twitter: https://twitter.com/kazDhar. Also follow his story Reapers: The Apprenticeship of David Mancia at http://harrislegacy.com/.