A Wizard Walks Into a Bar Part 6

A Wizard Walks Into a Bar Part 6

Lucky’s single-room apartment upstairs from the bar had a murphy bed that folded up into the wall to form a kitchen table. Celeste’s boss sat there nursing a steaming mug of coffee and a toaster pastry when she walked in that morning.  The words ‘Breakfast of...
New Fiction: A Wizard Walks Into A Bar Part 5

New Fiction: A Wizard Walks Into A Bar Part 5

She put it from her mind, pasted her friendly barmaid smile on her face and crossed the room to the centaurs. Both of them were built like draft horses but with thick, barreled human torsos. One wore a buttoned tuxedo shirt. His rolled-up sleeves revealed muscular...
New Fiction: A Wizard Walks Into A Bar Part 4

New Fiction: A Wizard Walks Into A Bar Part 4

From behind the bar, Lucky pursed his lips when Celeste squelched her way through the front door.  “What happened to you?” He asked.  “I got caught in the rain,” Celeste spread her hands as if the answer should be obvious. “Rain?” Lucky looked out the front...
New Fiction: A Wizard Walks Into A Bar Part 3

New Fiction: A Wizard Walks Into A Bar Part 3

From behind the bar, Lucky pursed his lips when Celeste squelched her way through the front door.  “What happened to you?” He asked.  “I got caught in the rain,” Celeste spread her hands as if the answer should be obvious. “Rain?” Lucky looked out the front...
New Fiction: A Wizard Walks Into A Bar Part 2

New Fiction: A Wizard Walks Into A Bar Part 2

Celeste hugged her folder closer to herself as the receptionist standing behind the rose marble counter gave her a plastic smile. “I’m sorry,” Receptionist Barbie said to her in a sing-song voice. “But Mr. Turley is very busy. You’ll need to make an appointment.”...