Billy Blake “Two Hours that Lasted Five Years” is a touching short story about 9/11 and how events that day changed one man’s outlook on life. In this beautifully written true story Mr. Blake shares his personal account of both 9/11/2001 and a surprising event five years later. This story will leave you feeling that there is "hope" for good in today’s world and if we strive to believe in that hope than we will always triumph over tragedy in our darkest of times.
Billy Blake Enter the mysterious world of the Walker. Join the journey as he unravel the burden undesirably placed on his shoulders. The Walker start with Part I.-Fire Tower, our journeyman makes a bold discovery that will forever change his world.
If you enjoy a good mystery filled with twist and unexpected turns, than the Walker series is for you. From the start, you will find Billy Blake's love for hiking as well as his creative dark side challenging the comfortable consciousness of his readers. The Walker is a series for you and Fire Tower is the amazing beginning of a fascinating tale of one man's journey to discover the truth.
Billy Blake Welcome to the world of a traveler that is second-guessing his travels on Christmas Eve. I Should Have Flown With Santa is a comedic tale that we all relate to, that of Holiday travel. Filled with familiar antidotes about airlines, kids, flight attendants and awkward situations. What could be a better way to enjoy your holiday travel than to read this laugh out short story?
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Billy Blake Within the pages of Peach Soda & SuzyQs are, without a doubt, some of the funniest, I-swear-on-my-mothers-grave-if-she-were-dead-it-really-happened stories of a young boy growing up in Washington, DC. I am talking have-your-adult-diapers-handy, funny stuff. Some stories will conjure a chubby thought bubble to hover over your head as you remember a similar story from your own childhood. Over and over, your laughter over a printed story will be replaced by chuckles over your own memories. Some stories will cause you to slam the book disgustedly while the phrase that didnt really happen rings in your head. Others will leave you scratching your head, either in amazement or because youre not too sure what the hell half of the words mean (readers tip: consult your Ebonics dictionary or Tosh.O for ghetto slang translations). Even more important than the words inked on these pages, are the words not writtenpowerful words that arent bolded, underlined, or read between the lines.
As you read these pages, laugh, chuckle, guffaw, hoot in hilarity, spray out your mouthful of soda in glee, roll around on the floor gasping for breath, wipe delighted tears from your cheeks but save a space at the bottom of your jollity to remember the words not written. These stories are more than just amusing memories. They represent a catharsis of sorts, a purging, a liberation, a final end to a dismal childhood and the beginning of a beautiful one.