The Colors of a Nightmare (by Mustang Sallie)

Summary: Slim Sherman and Jess Harper have always had a healthy respect for women of all ages and tender hearts for children. One April day, the duo comes face to face with an evil that tests their friendship and their family’s roots. There are references to two of my stories “A Second Chance” and “Joined … Continue reading The Colors of a Nightmare (by Mustang Sallie)

It Came Upon The Midnight Clear (by Mustang Sallie)

Summary: The US Army, fighting losing battles in border towns between Canada and the states needs a spy. He could walk away or lose his best friend, his reputation or his life.  I always wondered what prompted Jess to become a spy and how Slim felt when he watched his friend ride away towards danger. … Continue reading It Came Upon The Midnight Clear (by Mustang Sallie)

The Redhead at the Side of the Road (by Cheaux)

Summary:  Set in Season 13. No longer the youngest brother, it’s Joe’s turn to be the giver of advice rather than the recipient. Written for an under 500-word challenge where the prompt was to use a book title as inspiration. “The Redhead by the Side of the Road” by Anne Tyler. Category:  Bonanza Genre:  Western … Continue reading The Redhead at the Side of the Road (by Cheaux)

Secrets Lie in Chalk Dust (by Mustang Sallie)

Summary:  He had recommended her, defended her, fell in love with her, courted her, but two weeks before their wedding, she disappeared. Her tangled web of secrets and lies lay in chalk dust and threatened to consume him. Now he was suffering with grief and loss and he had a loaded gun. It all started … Continue reading Secrets Lie in Chalk Dust (by Mustang Sallie)

Opening Up (by Rocker H.)

Summary:  A story in which Detective Sergeant Starsky’s mother relives a parent's worst nightmare in hopes of getting her own life back in order. (This story, in journal form, takes place several months after Sweet Revenge.)Category:   Starsky and HutchGenre: Police/CrimeRated: PGWord Count: 11,100 December 16, 1979 It’s been seven months since I answered Ken Hutchinson’s … Continue reading Opening Up (by Rocker H.)