Dekker’s Miracle – Frank Oreto

Charlie “Bull” Dekker drove his cruiser down the East Valley Road and thought about a woman who wasn’t his wife. Donna Swanger, the woman in question, had recently made her interests in Charlie fairly obvious. And for the first time in his twelve years of marriage he found himself tempted. Donna was a fine looking woman with the kind of long red hair that Charlie had always been partial to, but it wasn’t her looks …

A question for Frank Oreto

Q: If you could talk to your novice-writer self, what bit of advice would you give?

A: Write more. And remember there’s more than one good way to tell a story.


Frank Oreto’s story “Dekker’s Miracle” was published on Friday, 22 December 2017.
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About Frank Oreto

Frank Oreto was born in the hills of Tennessee and after a few decades, finally settled in the slightly less rural hills of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The view was oddly similar regardless of his location as he spent his life surrounded by bookshelves. He haunted libraries and bookshops until old enough to find work at them. And when the shelves didn’t hold a story he wanted to read, he wrote his own.


Frank Oreto’s story “Dekker’s Miracle” was published on Friday, 22 December 2017.
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