Monthly Archives: December 2013

Vengeful Seas – Picture It & Write

Written for Picture It & Write. A story about a fall from grace begins after the photo. Genre: Steampunk Vengeful Seas Arteigna ushered him into the receiving room with a smile that could ignite a star. His leather clothes and … Continue reading

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Trash Disposal – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story about disposing of trash in space begins after the photo. Trash Disposal “Well, that’s the last of Earth’s refuse,” sighed Mitchell, as their freighter pulled away from the orbiting starship. “In a few … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas To All!

We had a wonderful Christmas full of joy and magic and good cheer. I hope all of you enjoyed happiness and fellowship wherever you may live. I can barely move after our Christmas feast. And now we’re off to see … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: One

This week’s photo challenge is: One. Where photos are focused in on one clear thing. Here’s my photos in answer. The challenge for the week may be found here: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/12/20/photo-challenge-one/

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Guard Ornament – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story about a Christmas ghost begins after the photo. Genre: Urban Fantasy/Humor/Christmas Tale Guard Ornament Slappy the Labrador had a Christmas ornament all his own. After the Christiansons put up their Christmas tree, Slappy … Continue reading

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The Santa Code – The Moonshine Grid

Written for the Moonshine Grid at Yeah, Write. An alien search for energy goes curiously, exactly, wrong after the the image. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor/Christmas Tale The Santa Code “It’s a dangerous mission, Agent S,” said X. “We have little knowledge … Continue reading

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Nature’s Contrasts

While winter storms rage across the Mid-West and the East. Here, it still feels like Fall. Contrasting forces of Nature are work, both vying for supremacy. Life and Death, Creation and Destruction, Winter and Spring, Yin and Yang are all … Continue reading

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