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”.
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”.
Here is a short story so sweet and romantic you know — all my readers know — all four of you — I didn’t write it. Paul J. Bennett wrote it. Today is his inaugural turn as storyteller for the COVID Chronicles. Paul is the kind of author who lets the story take its time. He writes with a Southern charm and dignity so palpable you can almost taste the grits.
Click on the picture of Scarlett O’Hara to read his story “Song in October.”