I've written and/or co-written seven stories thus far this year, and I think this is the best one. A half dozen other people have told me the same thing.
Anything more I say about it would spoil it, so please do check it out here. That's me doing a rather faltering dramatic reading. (Mental note: don't attempt such things when you're gassy. You have to keep stopping the camera, and even when you're not belching you tend to randomly break words in half or use odd diction)
This story, and several of the others, will turn up in my upcoming book, "The Care and Feeding of Nightmares." In the meantime, as you may recall, my current book, "The Best of Randall Schanze" is available on Smashwords and Amazon. My previous four books, written under a pseudonym, are available here. Everything I have is available for 99 cents, so how can you lose?
Anyway, getting back to the story at hand: "A Unguarded Moment" is a pretty great story, even if my rendition of it is...uhm...lacking. Still: if you survive 90 seconds of it you'll get to see my hat trick. Two of my hat tricks, actually.