Breakfast Serial from Hallard Press

Quick Reads Published Every Friday for your Weekend Pleasure

Your Legacy

The largest wealth of this world lies six feet under
Each of us has a story. I’m asking each of you to sit down and write a letter about your life that you can share with your family and friends. Then, if you are brave enough, send it to me. 
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Trust Me

Trust Me

Florida Road Trip to the SSS Cricket Club and Carney Island Recreation & Conservation Area.
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Christmas 1944

Short story excerpted from New England Christmas Sampler by Steve Burt. Christmas Eve 1944, a lone soldier, a barn and a baby.
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An Amazing Journey…A Remarkable Day

The Ovahimba. We know them as simply, HIMBA.  The most remote and unchanged traditional tribe that lives in the Skeleton Coast.
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The Beer Can Lady is Back

The Beer Can Lady is Back

Remember a few weeks back, I told you that Denise and I would return to finish cleaning up the pond and save the turtles from wearing those plastic beer can holders as necklaces? Well, that’s exactly what we did today. We returned to the scene of the crime. Or is that “grime?”
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The Joy of Whirlygigs!

The Joy of Whirlygigs!

Whirlygigs are difficult to adequately describe: kind of like miniature windmills embodied in whimsical toys perched on sticks in the front yard or back garden. They are as simple or complicated as one desires. The easy ones have wings that turn in opposite directions, connected with a screw to the silhouette of a bird or…
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That Roar Wasn’t a Lion, It Was My…

That Roar Wasn’t a Lion, It Was My…

The Skeleton Coast of Namibia (Southern Africa) is one of the most uninhabited and desolate places on the planet. It is also the most unique and challenging of all African Safari destinations. The oldest desert on the planet, see the two prior articles for more insight and adventure.
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Call Me the Beer Can Lady

Call Me the Beer Can Lady

It all started when Denise told me about a turtle with plastic beer can necklace. She was walking around a small pond and saw this turtle poke his head up wearing one of those plastic, six-pack beer can holders.
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The diLingo Affair

A mystery with a mixture of fun, seriousness, wild and crazy, and interspersed with danger! Tony diLingo’s trust names Liam Rooney sole heir and executor. With Tony being the last of an old-world banking family the remaining client assets ($132 Billion) must be returned to the original depositor’s heirs. The legality of the contents is…
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You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out!

Christmas story about boy who asks Santa for a Red Ryder BB gun. This story created the Daisy air rifle campaigns and the Red Ryder comic franchise.
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Grandma was a Player

“Run! Run! The lava’s coming!” Excitedly, Erin pleaded. “Please, Grandma, we need pots to build a wall to stop the lava.”
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The Pickup Line

“You have the memory of an elephant,” my husband, Khosrow often tells me. I suppose it is a good thing, and I take it as a compliment. I remember places, recall events, and seldom forget a face.
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Not a Typical Safari Morning

Part Two of Safari Mike’s story of the Skeleton Coast. This is CRAZY! It’s 5:00 am and I’m actually going through with it… the Skeleton Coast, Namibia. “The Land God Made in Anger”…. What was I thinking last night when I actually told Festus and Chris that I would try to find the herd of…
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Envision

Clare Hollister is an American Poet noted for his celebration of all cultures that make the “American Dream” possible. Poems: Envision – Imagine all the possibilities. Homosassa – A name is given as an honor. La Costa Nostra – This is about a woman.
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Flight for Freedom

Karny Wilson decides to run away. He hates school and wants to get a job in the circus and hopefully find his father.
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The Incredible Skeleton Coast

After two hours our single engine Cessna Caravan turbo-prop begins to descend. The landscape hasn’t changed much for several hundred miles except now there are more desolate looking peaks and valleys. Bleak and no signs of life…of any kind. What could I expect? We were flying over the most restricted portion of the oldest desert…
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Trip to Florida

Excerpt from 1999: an eye-opening medical memoir By Renée Richards, MD. I flew out Wednesday morning and got to Tampa in time to play a full 18 holes.
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Forever Weight Loss

If you focus on those foods and meals that you enjoy and look forward to, you will be much less tempted to indulge in those awfully addictive processed foods again. The reason why we are so attracted to processed foods is because they are fairly inexpensive and convenient. That’s the keyword, convenient. That’s how they…
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The Meanest Critter in the Neighborhood

Africa’s Big Five are the five most dangerous animals to hunt in all of Africa. Today they are the photo-safari “must have” list of sightings (lion, leopard, rhino, Cape buffalo, elephant).
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Omicron Six

Kevin Hannigan watched Cooper from a distance. Even though Cooper never said a word, the kid was still annoying to Kevin. And an easy target for some fun. Who would he tell? Kevin smiled at that thought. As he got closer, he saw that Cooper appeared to be asleep, an even better opportunity to frighten…
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1 thought on “Breakfast Serial”

  1. Wow Mike….you really bring your stories life and excitement. Keep writing my friend. These stories will be read and read for many years to come.

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