Flash Fiction Books
The author visits an interesting 'numbers man' on a December afternoon in Charlotte after a car crash. The conversation branches out and curls back. Kat Da'dy presages the affair. Dwight Clark's famous NFL catch gets caught in the word salad.
A virtual soccer/football game (which could be used in a betting pool) is devised by a seldom-heard-from psecret psociety agent. The lottery-numbers-based procedure is outlined meticulously. The scoring averages are very realistic. Zack sure had some time on his hands.
On a snowy evening in Sapporo, a young Asian lady wonders how to send her candid message to a person/robot in the 25th century. Her mind is a mile-a-minute. Suddenly she realizes that she may have been under surveillance. Length: 2442 words.Probable Rating (if a movie): PG-13.