By Stuart S. Laing Word Count: 5237 Rating: PG Summary: Scottish Soldiers tell stories around the Barracks Edinburgh, Scotland 1st November 1746 “Och, we may as well make ourselves comfortable. That rain isn’t going to let up any time soon.” Sergeant Angus MacIan of Edinburgh’s Town Guard gave a slow shake of his grey head as... Continue Reading →
"The glass marker installed the window, and then made his home in the village since he could not bear to leave it after the death of his son. I think that besides his son's grave being here, the stained glass window was the man's closest connection to his child, and that had something to do with it."
"This tree is singing about everything it has seen. It was here before the town was built, and has watched generations of people live their lives."
Avellina Balestri, April 21, 2017 (8611 words) Rating: PG-13 Summary: A fictionalized autobiography of Pontius Pilate This story is a work of historical fiction, based on the Four Canonical Gospels of Holy Scripture, as well as additional information provided by historians such as Josephus, and legendary materials collected from antiquity. The final resolution is my... Continue Reading →