Category Archives: Whimsey

No. 101: THE LEGEND OF THE SCARLET TONGUED, BLUE MOUTH DEMONS

I am James Thaddeus ‘Blackjack’ Fiction – a true Fiction.  Typhoon  tears me from my parents.  I alone survive.  I become an orphaned foundling, taken in by new loving parents, Dr. Ben and Indira Singh.  Now, I am Raji.  These … Continue reading

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No. 100: THE FROG BROTHERS MEET TURT

Lore of the Lindian Woods as observed by aerialist and oral storyteller Captain Polly.  As squawked to Raji Singh        When last we saw the Frog Brothers atop the tattooed rock… They were leaping from the clutches of the half-gator/half-human monster … Continue reading

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No. 99 : THE FROG BROTHERS SL-O-O-O-W DOWN

Lore of the Lindian Woods as related by Raji Singh   On a recent August evening, Tenille, our family, and I relaxed in the Fiction House garden. Captain Polly entertained us with her whimsical account of Turt’s first visit to the … Continue reading

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No. 98: THE LORE OF THE LINDIAN WOOD

By Raji Singh As related by Captain Polly to Raji Singh As she roamed her perch at the Fiction House, our South American Macaw unabashedly spun this yarn for our guests at our Sunday night dinner.  She told of the … Continue reading

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POST No. 97: GIANT AND THE FROG BROTHERS SAVE HAWK’S HOUSE

By Raji Singh Lore of the Lindian Woods, as told by Raji Singh      Once upon a time… As Brer and Frer Frog walk down the road, the ground begins to rumble. Grasshoppers hide under leaves, scared of the earth’s … Continue reading

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POST No. 96: THE LORE OF THE LINDIAN WOODS

as told by Raji Singh Once upon a time… Brer and Frer, the Frog brothers, are walking down the gravel road. The ground shakes. They hop to stay steady. Grasshoppers and worms hide under leaves. Earthquake? The Frogs look up … Continue reading

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CINCINNATI’S FIRST INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE– A Whimsical Tale.

by Raji Singh  Welcome to our annual 4th of July parade from  Tales of the Fiction House. Have a wonderful holiday! Cincinatti, July 4, 1826 The Cincinnati wharf-shack sways in a light breeze. Close your eyes, you’ll think you’re drifting … Continue reading

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No. 94: FATHER’S DAY SCENTS AND SENSIBILITIES

by Raji Singh PART I – FATHERS’ SENSIBILITIES I am James Thaddeus Fiction, the Fifth – a true Fiction. Typhoon tears me from my parents and my realities strip away. I enter another world, one of imagining, surviving. Eventually new, … Continue reading

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POST NO. 94: DRONE TATTOOS – AT LAST, THE INSCRIPTIONS TAKE FLIGHT

by Raji Singh I am James Thaddeus Fiction, the Fifth – a true Fiction. Typhoon tears me from my parents. I alone survive. I become an orphan-foundling, taken in by new loving parents Dr. Ben and Indira Singh. Now I … Continue reading

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No. 93: HOW I GOT MY NEXT THOUSAND OR SO TATTOOS – TURT’S STORY (repost)

by Raji Singh (editor-archivist, Fiction House Publishing) If my pet friend Turt, a giant land-sea creature, could write, this tale he would scribe…    I experienced unparalleled bliss as the kind ‘two-leg’ gently carved the very first tattoo into my shell.  … Continue reading

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