In this. the first instalment of Gulf Gulch, Billy the Kid arrives in Pedras Negras looking for peaceful work.
This post asks the reader to evaluate how much they are willing to pay for a daily updated serialized fiction done up as a blog.
an impromptu trip to Newfoundland and back under the guise of publishing… turns out I carried a hurricane back to Manitoba.
Day Six brings me back to Bowes where I find I can write to relax and think something may come of it. Found a job at the Flying J across the street and settled in again. One day I get the notion that I can venture out to Newfoundland to publish a book.
Day Five has me settling down for a bit and working at 7-11. Blessings come my way and I find myself in Calgary at ENMAX as a power electrician with the eventual wage of $48/hour. That falls through and I find myself back in Bowes.
Day four brings me to my new hometown of Portage La Prairie and a scattering of jobs I tried to work to earn rent money.
Day Three brings me to the head of a battle with budding mental illness and the end of my Power Electrician’s Career.
Day Two brings me closer to a budding career with Manitoba Hydro, and Amercia closer to finding out that the Middle Est is a formidable foe.
In this the first installment, Armaan is marooned in the port of Singapore as the Captain of the ship he sailed with thinks he is a deserter and leaves without him.
This is Day Zero and Edward Turcotte is leaving Afghanistan for his home in Ottawa, Ontario. The conflict is over and Jihad has ended against the West and there is no longer a need to collect intelligence on the Taliban.