Here’s what some readers have written:
Revenge of the Gulf — Tom Hyland — Scary story! — highly probable!
As Puck once said: "What fools these mortals be!"
Hellava Way to Die — Tina Clark — The terrible part that it could so very well be true! — San-dra Mushi — Gawd, This was geez ... soo realistic.
Wish upon a Falling Star — Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado — Fantastic science fiction! — Vivian Dawson — So well written is the intrigue but equally captivating is the scary!!! — Jon Willey — It reminds me a bit of the old movie, "Year of The Comet," Ron, presented it in a man-ner that kept the story moving along…
On the Brink of World War III — Patrick Granfors — Masterful, suspenseful and Clancy like. Reminded me of the "mystery sea launch" here last spring that was captured by the news media but never explained. — Leland Waldrip — What a story! It's the very scenario that everyone feared so much. A mistake leading to the end of life.
It's in the Water — Gerald Zollar — Michael Crichton, watch out.
Regis Auffray — I was reminded of Neville Shute's "On The Beach."
Shockwave — Vivian Dawson — Healing of scars more than a bandaid fix.
C. Dennis-Woosley — This was a wonderful story [that] kept me captured beginning to end! For my idea this was all a dream conjured within his mind while in a coma and then awakening.
Last Man Standing — Chip Bergeron — Chilling... and a little too close to reality to be comfort-able.
Elephants and Donkeys — Donna Chandler — A truly well-written and entertaining story with many life lessons just below the surface.
Serial — Mark Lichterman — Scary. Kind of like, "Play Misty For Me.”
Nympho Stalker — Jane Noponen Perinacci — Reminds me of "Lolita."