My book (The Trouble With Time Travel) is still going well and ever closer to the finish line.
Whilst writing, as a wee warm-up exercise i tend to do a little free form to drum up ideas for future projects and I think I’ve hit on something here.
Its not complete (Just an idea at this stage) and i am interested to see if this turns into a novel or a short story.
See what you you think, hope you like it ….
As always all comments and thoughts welcome x
“Drink, but slowly. It’ll feel a little strange as it goes down but…”
He stopped to consider his choice of words before continuing.
“That’s what you paid for.”
He finally muttered something under his breath before turning away from his pleading image in the mirror and downed the blue liquid contents in the blue cup.
He finally chanted something under his breath.
It only took a few seconds for the paralysis to kick in; one hand grasping to the sink, the other clawing at his chest, instinctively trying to stop his blood from freezing over.
The time had long since passed for second thoughts.
The last image his eyes were to capture, as his lay on the bathroom floor gasping out his last, was the little girl in the red dress.
Stepping forward out of the shadows, she smiled sweetly before blowing him a kiss and walking out of the room.
Daddy was her first.
Father Mcdaniel mopped his brow with a handkerchief that looked as though it had serviced his nose several times before tending to his sweaty head. He refilled his tumbler and drained the contents in one smooth movement. He may have lost his faith many years ago but as an alcoholic, he had a real future.
The dreams had not stopped, and this one troubled him more than most. He looked at the telephone on his desk waiting patiently for it to ring.
To his ears, the sound was piercing, like several broken finger nails skating circles on a blackboard. He slowly picked the receiver and placed it to his ear, knowing with absolute certainty that Mrs Jennifer Collins would be hanging on the other end still trying to comprehend the apparent suicide of her loving husband.
“Hello Jennifer dear, are you alright? Slow down dear… Have you called for an ambulance?”