Blurbs from Clinton J Boomer The Hole behind Midnight

The Hole Behind Midnight Blurbs!

***Warning Adult content***

Chapter 1
I didn’t want to answer my phone.
That should be clearly understood right up front.
And I certainly didn’t want to do any of the things that answering my phone at this time of night would inevitably and invariably lead to, like leaving my apartment or getting shot in the face.
What I wanted to do, it should be noted, was roll over and go back to sleep. Failing that, I wanted to get onto the Internet and look at pornography, jerk off, and then go back to sleep. Failing that, I wanted to get very drunk, strongly consider calling Tamaka to tell her that I wasn’t dead and that I wanted her to come over, hate myself very much, browse the Internet for porn instead, then jerk off and finally go back to sleep.
All of my plans involved going back to sleep, is my point.

 Chapter 36
Before I got a chance to stand up, the clown rushed over so fast that I heard the oxygen molecules slapping together behind him as he ran, and he punted me in the chest with a bare, red-painted foot that I might have guessed to be in the range of a size 42.
I was immediately grateful that he hadn’t kicked me in the face, although he was probably just worried that my head might actually snap off of my shoulders if he did, and as far as I know he was still under orders to bring me
back alive. I mean, he wasn’t exactly being nice, but twelve sets of broken ribs is a lot easier to survive than a decapitation.
Anyway, he plowed that foot into me like he was kicking a field goal or, you know, whatever sports metaphor would be best, and I heard a whole lot of things go CRUNCH inside his leg. Everything from the middle of the femur on down popped, and his toes turned into what I might politely call bone-&-meat jelly.
With the Aegis wrapped around me, he might as well have stuck his leg out the window of a speeding car and round-housed the side of the Sears Tower. From my end, it felt like somebody had farted very softly through the
fabric. And just then, I came up with a plan for how to deal with the clown.
Well, something kind of like a plan. Let’s not go crazy, here.

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