Excerpt from Devil’s Mountain, by Christopher Dee

Tom’s devotion to this rainy boondoggle up Devil’s Mountain had a religious zeal. He planned on taking numerous photographs that he would then share on social media and in person with friends and family. These pictures were important. They were what Tom and Jenna went to in response to when Jenna’s sister, or their Omaha friends, scrolled through endless images of their kid’s birthday party or soccer game. Tom and Jenna would pay appropriate attention and feign more interest than they really possessed in the lives of others adding “Isn’t she just precious!” or “that boy certainly has his old man’s eyes.”


-Read more of Christopher Dee’s Devil’s Mountain here. 


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