Monthly Archives: February 2014

Finding Health

“Give me health and a day, and I will make the pomp of emperors ridiculous.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nature

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The Runaround – Tipsy Lit

Written for Tipsy Lit. A story about age-old naval traditions living on begins after the image. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor The Runaround “A sailor is an artist whose medium is the wind. Live passionately, even if it kills you, because something … Continue reading

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Woodpeckers

We’ve been lucky during some recent hikes and we’ve found a number of woodpeckers visiting the area. Downy Woodpecker (Male) Downy Woodpecker (Female) Golden-Fronted Woodpecker

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The Getaway – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story about an unusual plan to escape the police begins after the photo. Genre: Crime/Humor The Getaway “Are you certain this will work?” said Callie. “Of course!” said Rupert. “It’s perfect for making a … Continue reading

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Tiny Friends – The Speakeasy

Tiny Friends Miriam licked her ice cream with relish and grinned shyly as some dribbled down her chin. Greg smiled back, ever amused with her one-dimpled smile. The anti-psychotic drugs worked miracles upon her. The girl he first met with … Continue reading

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The Story – Write on Edge

Written for Write on Edge. A story about a fantastic sighting in a war zone begins after the image. Genre: Science Fiction The Story Days after the second Iranian revolution began, it degraded into chaos. Six Al-Qaeda splinter groups were … Continue reading

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Stealing Love

Stealing Love Kirk crouched beside the 80-meter long starship, parked in the VIP section, and he tried to concentrate. It wasn’t easy hacking into a Mark XV Macklin security system. He needed all his best cracking skills, and he needed … Continue reading

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