One Light Coming

This collection, written by Marc Teatum, is titled after the recent book of the same name. Based on an original story by Marc Teatum and written by Marc Teatum & Edward Winterhalder it was published by Blockhead City Press, and released in October of 2011. Any reproduction, use, re-use, display, sale, or publication of this work without written permission is strictly prohibited and violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent allowed by law.

Social Media vs Real Life

                        “Social Media Is Not Real Life,” - Essena O'Neill “Nothing Reads Like Real Life” - me After three years of FaceBook-ing/Instagram-ing/Tweeting, amassing nearly a half a million ‘friends’ and followers, after securing endorsements from...

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LIFE SYMBOLS, the meanings of Life

The men were wearing denim vests over their t-shirts. Sewn on the back of the vests was a full three-piece outlaw motorcycle club patch. The gray top rocker with blue letters said Skuldmen—directly below it was a rectangular MC patch—the bottom rocker said New York....

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Rolling Thunder

The small of band of Skuldmen MC pulled out and hit the Wilbur Cross Parkway again. Side by side, the best way to ride, they screamed down the picturesque highway in central Connecticut. Ten minutes later they blasted through the Heroes Tunnel in West Rock Ridge....

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A Little Background

“Is this all of you? I mean, are there others?” “How many members we have is really not any of your business,” Jimmie retorted. Chapter 17, page 154, One Light Coming: A Biker's Story (Book 3 in a series published by Blockhead City Press released on October 1, 2011....

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Biker’s Christmas Newsletter

“Interesting crew you have here.” “Nothing but the best. We’re one big family. We don’t exactly fit the image and standards the rest of society seems to consider everybody should live by. We live just a little off the grid, on the fringe.” Jake gave Jimmie a...

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Not Nice

After a few beers, Jake headed to the bathroom, and while there, something caught his ear. Little Jimmie and another club member who Jake recognized but didn’t know by name, were talking in almost hushed tones over in one corner. “Yeah, we found her. The bitch was...

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Two Brothers

In the dead of night and with a light drizzle falling on the city of Albany, Blues and Skip, wearing their Skuldmen colors, wove in and out of traffic on their Harleys, side by side. They were oblivious to the people they passed in the cars around them. When they...

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Who Wants White Bread

“Sitting together with Jimmie during a beer break later that day, Jake seized the opportunity to see if he could pick the one percenter’s brain a bit. “Interesting crew you have here.” “Nothing but the best. We’re one big family. We don’t exactly fit the image and...

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It’s All About Age

“One Hundred and Nine Years Old” What a great ice breaker, no? That's the line I drop whenever anyone asks me how old I am. When I was in my teens, I looked 30, when I was in my 30's I looked like I was in my twenties. Now as I hover around the 1/2 century mark, I am...

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LARPing Or Lifestyle?

Little Jimmie picked up his patch from the back of the lawn chair he was sitting on. Treating the vest as if it were a religious icon, he showed the fire-breathing wolf on the back to Jake. “This may look like a rag to the walking dead out there, but to us it’s our...

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