I’ve just had a new story published at Revolution John—thanks to Sheldon Compton.
“For What It’s Worth” begins:
Emmett had his savings in a tube sock he kept in a locked drawer in his home desk. Yes, every time a new construction site went up it was for a new bank, but his parents had been through the Great Depression and lost a bundle. After that, his Dad punched a hole through the back of his closet and set up his own savings deposit box.
Emmett’s was less dramatic…