The following is an excerpt from my second short novel entitled, Alone.
“How we perceive death, like all other areas of human understanding, is dependent upon the circumstances from which it arises. Death is like real estate. Location, location, location. Death on the battlefield is glorious and honorable. Death in a hospital on life support is not. Death on your 500-acre cattle ranch is admirable; death in your studio apartment is pathetic. Death surrounded by loved ones is beautiful; death in the presence of Morty O’Neal was not quite as poetic.”
Alone and my first short novel, Night and Day in Alabama, can both be found on Amazon Kindle. Thank you for reading my 8th blog.