• Blocks by Chris L. Robinson

    The newspapers once called her whole neighborhood an “open air drug market”, which was bullshit. But you couldn’t tell by what she was seeing now. Four guys off in a corner of the huge park are doing some kind of transaction in a stand of trees while she sits on a bench nursing her bad […]

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  • Was It Worth It? by Chris L. Robinson

    It had been nearly four months since James Daley had won the lottery. Not a fortune, but a good chunk of change. Nearly $100,000. His wife of more than twenty years had been thrilled and, for a couple of weeks, the money was like a shot of Viagra for both of them. Their passion was […]

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