Free Fiction Monday: Perplexia

Free Fiction Monday: PerplexiaWho is Evan Mitchell? Is he a doctor, or a mechanic? An author or a cruise director? A terrorist or a thief? Your guess is as good as his. 

His mind bending adventure begins when he materializes in a most unusual place with no idea how he got there. His identity is a mystery, and besides the need to discover his very existence, there’s nothing that he wants more than to break free from his unforced confinement. His only obstacle: fear of the unknown … and his lack of clothing.

Perplexia is a place halfway between confusion and hysteria, and it’s where Evan begins his psychological journey. Along the way, he’ll discover more about himself and his past. He’ll race against time-and the odds stacked against him-to find the loved ones that he uncontrollably left behind.

This short story is offered free on this website for one week only. It’s also available in ebook and print, along with six other short stories here.

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6 thoughts on “Free Fiction Monday: Perplexia”

    • I’m glad you liked it! I have another part of this written, and was published for a while, but I pulled it down as I write the full conclusion. It’s my current work in progress, and should publish in a few short months!

  1. Excellent Paul, looking forward to reading the next part of this story. I have yet to read something of yours which I did not like!


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