This is my little collection of stories that include some stories related to the Clan Short Universe, a variety of FanFiction works and even a few completely original pieces. Please be aware that some of the stories may include same-gender adult situations and naughty language. If you're not offended by such things, please come in and enjoy.
"Does it have to be wireless?"
"No. And you don't have to bring it to us. We can get it ourselves if you'll just tell us which one to take."
"There are several messenger bags just inside the door of the conference room. Just grab one with yellow yarn on the handle. The setup is basically the same as the wireless, just make sure that it says 'rec' with a red dot in the corner and everything should work just fine."
"I'll get it." Malika whispered.
"Thanks, Derek." Lorra said into the walkie-talkie, then released the button.
After a breath, she turned and quietly said, "Thanks, Malika."
Fallwell Paranormal Research, Book 3, 'Case# 20160127A ', The Winchell Hotel, Chapter 6 has been posted in the Fiction section for you reading pleasure.
Previously:"So, are you feeling a little bit better about letting Junior spend the night?" Ben asked as they settled in for sleep.
"I wasn't really worried about him. I just know how full your days are, watching after two boys. Three might be overwhelming." Cliff said thoughtfully.
"I think that, if anything, Junior's made it easier." Ben said honestly.
"Yeah. I noticed that, too. He's really good with the boys." Cliff said softly, on the edge of sleep.
"Yes. And he's very responsible. I think he's going to be a good influence on them."
Spider, Chapter 12 has been posted for your reading pleasure in the Fiction section.
"It is improper to do such as this in front of your parents." Enoch said in a mortified whisper.
"They're our parents, and if we can't kiss in front of them, then who can we kiss in front of?" Mark asked simply.
"It seems disrespectful." Enoch shyly muttered.
"You guys mind if we kiss?" Mark called loudly, so his parents could hear.
"It's okay for now, but not when we get into traffic, you'll cause some old biddy to have an accident." Pat said with a smile.
"Keep it above the waist." Derek said with a devilish grin.
"See? They're okay with it." Mark said warmly, then asked, "Just for a little bit?"
"For a moment." Enoch finally reluctantly agreed.
The Shadow of a Soul, Chapter 17, has been posted in the Fiction section for you reading pleasure.