From the Author
I would like to think that "Jumble Tales" is darker, yet lighter and less raw than "In All Probability."
By request, stories are a little longer and while characters and their improbable situations may ask for more of your sympathy; when we laugh or cry at their predicaments, we should think of ourselves. Thank you to everyone who gave "In All Probability" its chance.
From the Back Cover
Psychological sharpshooters, fickle football fans and prodigious people who choose to use and misuse their incredible talents invite you into this collection of their jumbled-up worlds. During dark days at work when people reflect both on what could have been and on what could still be, things are never quite what they seem, and never turn out as expected. Crafted to be short and snappy enough for coffee breaks, but long in the memory, Steve Morris maintains the momentum from his first book "In All Probability" with more of his diverse short stories of the unexpected. You'll never take anything for granted again except perhaps for uncertainty itself. Anything can turn up in a "Jumble Tale."