Author Archives: R. L. Copple
Here’s the key to unlock the secrets of my short story, “Santa Clause Is Leaving Our Planet.”
Frustrated at the lack of control of images in shared links on Facebook? Me too. Here’s how I solved the problem.
I encountered an angel in the wee hours of the morning in 1994. A very unlikely angel, but an angel nonetheless.
He laughed, and haunted echoes filled the room. Death dripped from his words. “You’ve got it wrong, my dear. I am many. I multiply and infest this world with fear.”
How do we approach the gate of death? My mother is one example as liver cancer brings her to those doors, and my poem to deal with it.
Sort of a review of “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” but making a point pertaining to fiction in general.
Daniel discovers the true source of Christmas cheer even in the midst of horrible circumstances.