Sunday, February 3, 2013

On "Mullins" by Robert Sachs (2028 words) ***

Take this one with a long string of winks. Sachs pairs a self-centered no-it-all with a naive aid. The latter believes all that the former says and works tirelessly to make the former happy and fulfilled. The former is crotchety. Together, they make for a fun if silly pair. Read the story here at Black Heart Magazine.

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