Categories: Short Stories, Fiction, Life Stories, Travel Stories

A baby is born into the house of a mother and father who are unable to communicate with one another. But his parents are well-meaning, so what could be the harm? Find out in my short story, Necessary Distraction. I may be just a baby, but I can sen… more »
My friend set me up on a blind date with her friend Mr. Baker. She said he had a lot of dough. That made my interest rise. It’s not that I knead a man with bread. It would just be nice if two people brought home the baking and fried dough up in the pan.… more »
The Branson family members sat speechless around the chalk outline on the drawing room floor where their formerly rich and living relative lay moments before with a knife in his back. The inspector entered the room. "I'm glad you're all here," he said… more »
"Someone has stolen my cheese!" a woman screamed. The inspector quickly arrived on the scene. (He lived next door.) "Who do you suspect?" he asked. "The only creatures in the house were a dog, a mouse, a fish, and a hyena," she answered. "Hmmmmm… more »
I climbed out of the van. I held the package out in front of me with both hands. I don't remember it being a warm day, but the wrapping paper was moist and sticky beneath my fingers. The house loomed before me. I knew it well: a big, white, two-story… more »

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Lisa J. Parker's writing and creative works including poems, books, short stories, essays, movies, greeting graphics, and photographs.

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