The Singular Duel

Here’s the second story I’ve written for the StumbleUpon contest. This one’s a period comedy in PG Wodehousian style, centering on a dapper young fop who accidentally winds up as the second for both men dueling each other to the death. They both fail to show, and he must fight himself. It’s basically the definition of a comedy of manners, in my opinion.

Read it, love it, like it from your official StumbleUpon account and help me win:


“The Hailing Taxi” — vote on this sucker.

Here’s a romantic action comedy I wrote. It’s about a young woman who meets a bank robber when he crashes through her fifth-story window in a taxi and holds her hostage. If you have a Stumbleupon account, you can even like the page, which might help me win a contest to get my story looked at by movie producers!

Or you could dislike the page, and make me less likely to win, if you hate the story. Or if you hate me.

But check out the story regardless: