Carol Cashes : Writing

LETTERS I WROTE AFTER KATRINA

LETTERS I WROTE AFTER KATRINA

A Story by Carol Cashes


JLetters I wrote to our local newspaper that appeared in print. Just change Mississippi to Texas/Florida, every word still holds true
OPEN HOUSE

OPEN HOUSE

A Story by Carol Cashes


Silliness resulting from a prompt - An Old House, written in the same spirit of Trains.
Rights of Sausage or The Fridge

Rights of Sausage or The Fridge

A Story by Carol Cashes


This began as a parody of The Bridge (Rites of Passage) but the story would not allow itself to be a joke.
Chapter One

Chapter One

A Chapter by Carol Cashes


Chapter One Quickly, she steered the car to the right, out of traffic and onto the shoulder of the road; braked hard and slammed the gear shif..
Chapter Two

Chapter Two

A Chapter by Carol Cashes


Chapter Two She tried to force herself to approach the machine and erase the message, but found she couldn’t move. She began to tremble ..
Chapter Three

Chapter Three

A Chapter by Carol Cashes


There's a reason some folks don't have an answering machine....
Lost Souls

Lost Souls

A Book by Carol Cashes


Two years after her sister's tragic and senseless death, C. still grappled with guilt and unanswered questions. Then the phone calls began....
Two New Storms

Two New Storms

A Story by Carol Cashes


Katrina and Irene now live with me.
Unworthy

Unworthy

A Story by Carol Cashes


Not my words, but words I recognize as true
Miss Sophie

Miss Sophie

A Story by Carol Cashes


Obituary for Miss Sophie Lorraine Cashes