“Bambi! Look! It’s the paparazzi again! I TOLD you that we should have gone somewhere else to eat!”
If you ever find yourself on the Strange Hwy–don’t turn around. Don’t panic. Just. Keep. Going. You never know what you’ll find.
You’ll see magic at the fingertips of an autistic young man,
You can exit the Strange Hwy and come back any time you want.
See, now you know the way in, don’t be a stranger.
I won this wonderful collection of short stories some time ago, but only recently had the time to crack it open.
Strange Hwy is comprised of nineteen stories that range from the supernatural, to the earthly. Some ended in tragedy, while others made me smile, happy for the outcome.
There were copious servings of poignancy, situations that seemed all too real, but that’s a sign of great writing. One in particular, had me scratching my head as to what really happened to a young girl.
Each tale is unique and there’s no distinguishable pattern that I could detect, for me, that’s a good thing.
I’d highly recommend taking a journey down this highway.
Five Stars for Strange Hwy!
Two of the young guests at my daughter’s 13th birthday party said things I’d never expected.
Kid # 1: “Please pass me the broccoli.” (yes, we bought a veggie tray, along with the junkfood, we are ‘those’ parents)
Kid # 2: “I hate chocolate cake!”
Eh? Say Whaaattt??!! What’s with kids these days?
I write for people willing to change their lives. Poetry, Psychology, Philosophy, Life advice, Literature, - verbose, pragmatic.
Building a community of Women Living Well and embracing life after 50
Wellness for Every Body
Creating, living, learning.