A.J. Priest

“Let me see if I have this straight.” My supervisor, Sharon Hart, sighed and straightened the papers on her desk before adjusting her glasses, an unconscious ritual to help her process information she didn’t like.

A lone figure trudges through ice and snow. Frozen crystals cake his clothes and the pack on his back cuts into his shoulders. His whole body is numb and fatigue […]

Beautiful Nightmare

The cold stone floor numbs my bare feet, and I shiver in my white sundress. Strange, I don’t remember owning such a dress. And why aren’t I wearing shoes? Where […]

The sea beneath me rises and falls, lifting my form as I lie suspended in water—and in time. The sun on my skin, the wind caressing my cheek, all senses […]

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For those who work a standard Monday to Friday week, the last few hours before the weekend seem to last for an eternity. So, to help get you through those […]