Chapter Ten (part two)

Beyond the arc of the front porch light, Ben could just make out Travis' profile. He was standing several yards down the driveway with his hands clasped behind his head, looking down the length of gravel and dirt to the main road beyond as though waiting for a car to appear. But the road remained … Continue reading Chapter Ten (part two)


Chapter Ten (part one)

The white and rust-colored Hereford cow turned in an uncomfortable circle, drawing in a deep, cautious breath before lowering herself to the ground. Her quivering legs bent ungracefully beneath her pregnant belly as she descended down into the grass. Once situated, she remained still for a long moment, her large, dark, watery eyes staring off … Continue reading Chapter Ten (part one)