Mistakes were made

I’m living proof of the fact that a human being can thrive after falling from grace. Now that term implies a misstep of moral failing but in my case, it was the byproduct of an effect that was imposed upon my being at a young age and for years, then buried in the subconscious yetContinue reading “Mistakes were made”

Brave New World

It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen… It’s a cool April morning and we have yet to awaken from this common nightmare, set to put the cat amidst the pigeons. And if things weren’t bad enough, mere moments ago, a notification declared non-essential errands must come to an end.Continue reading “Brave New World”

Elderscape

Delilah was getting tired. She’d been holding court for 79 days, regaling all the youngsters who were devoted to her tales. Unlike the likes of Joyce Carol and Aaron Sortof, she gave it away for free. The “it” being her extensive yet disconnected knowledge of everything from hawks to cameras, Greek mythology to stock marketContinue reading “Elderscape”

Surge

cacotopia,[1]kakotopia, or simply anti-utopia) They wanted to be seen and heard. But now more importantly, they needed someone they could trust. l trust Is there a chemical in our brains that makes us trust others? And what determines when this does – or doesn’t – happen? Decades of research into the neuroscience of trust have answeredContinue reading “Surge”

It’s fatal to equivocate

Sgt Radisson, Genevieve’s one and only Saudi Arabian expert, was on the move, in June, last seen off route 7 with Lou Lewis, brother of Lewellyn “L.E.” Lewis Carter, the matriarch in charge of wayward manor where people in danger recovered, returned to “society” as living treasures. *any legacy largely ignored Intended scope of theContinue reading “It’s fatal to equivocate”