Day: January 18, 2014

Episode 110 of The Lake Demon by Ken David Stewart


Episode 110 of The Lake Demon:
“I still love professional wrestling,” said Winston leaning back in his Lazy Boy and reaching for his pipe and tobacco. It’s been about twenty years since my last match but sometimes I still miss it. I mean I don’t miss waking up and feeling like I’ve been run over by a semi or all the hours spent travelling, but I do miss the pure adrenaline rush of performance art.”
“Tell me more about your career as a pro wrestler, Winston,” said Garry while petting Winston’s dogs.

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Ken David Stewart Brief Profile


Ken David Stewart
About Me
Hello fellow readers, writers and bloggers. I’ll give you a short summary about myself. I have just joined Mibba. I am sixty-one years old and am presently semi-retired. I still do a fair amount of substitute teaching and read and write stories in my spare time. I love books and audiobooks. I also write quite a few blogs on WordPress.com. I have two websites, kendavidstewart.com and kendavidstewart.org.
My favorite reading and writing genres are drama, science fiction and horror. My favorite author is Stephen King.
I enjoy reading the works of young, new writers and even old writers, like myself. It’s all art and it’s all good.
I also love music and like to rock out on both my electric guitar and my bass guitar. I like a variety of musical artists including Nirvana, Led Zeppelin and The Grateful Dead. The truth is if I listed all the musicians and bands I like it would probably make up a book of its own.
I love all animals especially my family’s two dogs and cats.
To date I have written a play called Roswell 1947 and a novella called Lake Mariposa. I am presently working on a novel called The Lake Demon and am releasing it in periodic, serial episodes.
Happy reading and writing.
Ken David Stewart
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Episode 109 of The Lake Demon by Ken David Stewart


Episode 109:
“I kind of invited myself over to your house,” said Garry “When Wally told me about your encounter with Ogopogo I wanted to meet you. He also told me that you’re a very cool guy.”
“Well, I do, indeed have an Ogopogo story to tell. The actual encounter with the animal was more, Cody’s, my assistant. He was diving in the lake after I got a digital image of a large object on my radar.The young man got quite a scare down there. He told me that he got a pretty good look at Ogopogo from a distance that was a little too close for his liking. Cody told me that he would never go diving in Lake Okanogan again.”
“Wow, Cody’s lucky. He’s probably one of the few people in the world that had a close up look at Ogopogo,” said Garry.
Winston chuckled at this. “ Oh, I don’t think Cody considered himself to be that lucky. It was more like he was scared out of his wits. There’s likely a lot more people than we can imagine that have seen the lake monster. They don’t report their sightings because they don’t want to be laughed at.”
“Like what happened to you,” said Wally. “You actually lost your job over it.”
“Oh, it wasn’t the only reason they got rid of me, but I don’t want to talk about it right now. Let’s watch some wrestling. It’s just about time for Friday Night Smackdown.”
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Episode 108 of The Lake Demon by Ken David Stewart


Episode 108 of The Lake Demon by Ken David Stewart
“Can I get you guys any coffee or pop?” asked Winston.
“I’d wouldn’t mind a coffee,” said Wally. “What would you like Garry?”
“A coffee would suit me too,” answered Garry.
There wasn’t going to be too much room for the boy’s refreshments on Winston’s coffee table. The long wooden table was covered with magazines like WWE Wrestling, The Marine Biologist, National Geographic, Guitar World and Rolling Stone. There were also recent issues of Men’s Health to be found somewhere in the mix. Winston also appeared to be reading at least three novels at the same time. The sofa that they were sitting on was well worn and was usually occupied by Winston’s two dogs who were both lying on the orange carpet by the boys’ feet. They both appeared to be very friendly dogs who were busy sniffing both Wally and Garr’s runners and blue jeans.
In a few minutes Winston Stanfield returned with the boys’ coffees.
“I hope you guys like Tim Horton’s coffee with some International Delight creamer,” said Winston.
Garry was the first one to take a sip of his coffee. “Wow, this is delicious, sir. It’s much better than the coffee they give us at the mental health center.”
“What you get there is good old stock institutional coffee. I know. I have some acquaintance with mental health facilities myself. Oh, by the way Garry. You don’t have to call me sir. It makes me feel old and much more mature than I actually am. You can call me Winston or just, man, as far as that goes.Picture 21