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Introducing My Short Story “Elevator”


This is the introduction of my just-published short story, “Elevator:”

I am a fan of the original Twilight Zone series, hosted by Rod Serling, who also wrote a staggering number of episodes. Because of my love for the show, I tend to write a story now and then of the TZ type. This isn’t intentional; it’s just how my mind works. Apparently, it’s fairly noticeable that “Elevator” belongs in that class. After my number one Beta Reader, my wife Cheryl, finished it, she observed: “This is like a Twilight Zone episode.” So I dedicate this story to every fan of Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone.

“Elevator” can be downloaded for $0.99 wherever e-books are sold. Check my Books page for links.

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7 thoughts on “Introducing My Short Story “Elevator”

  1. I’m a twilight Zone fan, myself 🙂

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  2. I thought you might be a TZ fan, Jo.

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  4. I used to be afraid of elevators after getting stuck in one in Niagra Falls. I conquered the fear… until now. Will I ever step in an elevator again?

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    • I’m sorry if I made you backslide, Susan. I’ve been taken to task before by other readers about other stories. One of my friends made the mistake of reading my story “Clinical Evaluation” (reprinted in THE MOANING ROCKS) after midnight while a thunderstorm raged outside, and she was alone in the house. The next day she chewed me out for not warning her.

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  5. Whoops! If you see a “poor” it’s because I thought you had to click each star to “up” the rating. Sorry about that. I did another vote but I don’t know if the first one registered or not. I hope not.

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  6. Nope, the first didn’t register. Thanks!

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