When Genevieve arrives at the address in East Atlanta on the card Roscoe gave her, she is met at the door by the thinnest person she’s ever laid eyes on, a woman who appears to be late-twenties to mid-thirties. She’s several inches taller than Genevieve, and can’t weigh more than a hundred pounds soaking wet. … Continue reading The Pupil: Genevieve & Aileen
Genevieve Duchard stands before the door labeled “L. J. Walker Security Consultants, LLC” hesitant to go further. From Abby’s reconnaissance the day before, she knows only one person is likely to be inside, but that person is certain to be formidable. Genevieve takes in a deep breath, and, as she lets it out, she pushes … Continue reading Worthy, Genevieve & Leah
Original exposure with two edits.
No sound because I had music on in the background.
Author Allan Hudson has featured me on his blog South Branch Scribbler, with an interview and an excerpt of Atlanta Stories: Fables of the New South. Many thanks, Allan, and thanks to author Bobby Nash for introducing us. Be sure to check out Allan’s other posts while there. Here’s a link. http://allanhudson.blogspot.com/2019/12/guest-g-m-lupo-of-atlanta-georgia.html