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If I Close My Eyes I Can See The Sunset

This is the perfect story to finish the free Thanksgiving stories from the Fondue Writers Club.

Paul Bennett’s use of visual imagery creates a world where my sensory perception runs wild. I can smell — seriously — I can smell the garage, the hospital floor, the room, and the pie. I can feel the cold stethoscope, the crisp sheets, the steering wheel, the computer. I can hear the beeps from the machines, the car engine, and the voice of the nurse. I can see the headlights in the darkness, the computer screen, and the sunset’s brilliance. I can taste regret.

Click on the slice of pumpkin pie to read ‘The Years the Locust Ate’ and remember we’ll be back soon with free Christmas Stories to keep you entertained as we all continue to persevere in the midst of this horrible health crisis. Stay safe, be well, check on your neighbors, and remember to love each other.

Can you smell the cloves, ginger, and cinnamon in this pie? I can.

The Warm Fuzzies You’ll Get Reading This Are Completely Free

Last week Paul Bennett hooked us, and this week he reels us in. I have to admit, there was a ‘plot twist’ here I didn’t see coming, so that was good.

Click on the baby bottle to read, “As It Is In Heaven: Part 2.” If you missed the first installment, CLICK HERE to read, “As It Is In Heaven: Part 1.”

Click on the bottle to read the story, but not the nipple. If you click the nipple a baby will show up on your doorstep.

This Free Story Comes With Free Tears

One of the things we love about Paul Bennett is his vocation. He is a real-life doctor. As such, I wonder how much of this COVID-Chronicle’s backstory comes from his own experiences? You will love this one, and I can’t wait for the second part.

Click on the deer in headlights to read “As It Is In Heaven, Part 1”.

You must click on the buck’s antlers. If you click the headlights, you’ll wake up smashed into a tree.

FREE KITTENS! — Okay, Not Really: FREE KITTEN STORY Is More Accurate

Paul Bennett is the resident nature writer on staff here at the COVID Chronicles. Today he gives us a heartwarming, bittersweet story about a young boy who makes a surprising find in the underbrush that changes him.

This is the last story for this week. Joe Courtemanche is bringing our Memorial Day story on Monday and I am bringing the HEAT on Tuesday.

Click on the confused face of the goat being milked to read “A Funeral For A Sparrow”.

‘Handle With Care’