WAR ON DRUGS is made up of three subtle, modern day, psychological thrillers. Step into the broken homes of tampered souls. War On Drugs introduces a variety of unique characters, from heroin addicts and workaholics, to oppressed mothers and underachievers.
WAR ON DRUGS, gets it's name from the first flash fiction, "War on Drugs." Jimmie, a pot-smoking wit, and her pal, Margo, take a stroll through their neighborhood to buy weed from her missing brother's, old drug dealer. When she hands him the money, she gets a bag full of disappointment.
In "Cable Television," the last thing, Larry, a middle-aged man, wants to do after coming home from a long day at the construction site, is eat dinner with his family. All he wants to do is crack open a beer and turn on the TV but tension rises when his step-son, Jimmie, throws a fit.
In "Hand Me the Lighter," Nance, an oppressed underachiever, looks forward to lounging in her pajamas and smoking a joint until there is a knock at the door, from an unwanted guest. She closes the blinds and acts as if she's not home, but the rent is past due and the money-hungry landlady knows she's in there.