Bulkowski's Fiction Writing
S&P 500 (^GSPC):
As of 12/06/2013
16,020 198.69 1.3%
7,200 43.90 0.6%
490 5.88 1.2%
4,063 29.36 0.7%
1,805 20.06 1.1%
or 15,750 by 12/15/2013
or 6,900 by 12/15/2013
or 480 by 12/15/2013
or 3,900 by 12/15/2013
or 1,750 by 12/15/2013
Written and copyright © 2011-2013 by Thomas N. Bulkowski. All rights reserved.
This page provides a list of stories that I have written over the years. My thinking here is that it's best to share these stories before I die. Otherwise, no one will get to read them.
That would be a shame because one or two are quite good!
- Bumper. Reading time: 2 minutes. This is a poem about my dog.
- Bumper's life. Reading time: 1 minute. This is Bumper's life in five sentences.
- Counting Holes. Reading time: 3 minutes. A woman gets an elderly man excited.
- * Green Soap. Reading time: 1 minute. This story is about getting a kid to wash his hands.
- I Always Notice Such Things. Reading time: 3 minutes. Meeting the girl of your dreams. Just one problem...
My Susan. Reading time: 1 minute. This is about love gone bad.
- * Red Truck. Reading time: 1 minute. This story is about what happens to a kid's toy truck.
- Writing Goals. Reading time: 1 minute. This was a homework assignment to "describe what you want to do with your writing."
- Writing Take You. Reading time: 1 minute. Written in class, in 10 minutes. Assignment: "Where will your writing take you?"
- * Soul Ambulance. Reading time: 5 minutes. This is a Christmas story about something that happens at the airport.
- ** That which cannot be said. Reading time: 7 minutes. Lovers discover a common connection between them.
- ** I had a secret. Reading time: 20 minutes. The prettiest girl in school gets bullied.
- * Twenty at a Time. Reading time: 5 minutes. A CEO steals money and has to repay it in an unusual way.
- * What Does Bequeath Mean? Reading time: 7 minutes. A little girls believes she's a princess.
* These are my favorites.
** This is the best of the bunch (a tie).
-- Thomas Bulkowski
Written and copyright © 2011-2013 by Thomas N. Bulkowski. All rights reserved. Alexander Graham Bell is alive and well in New York, and still waiting for a dial tone.