Monthly Archives: April 2014

Evolving – The Speakeasy

***Warning: Mature Content*** Evolving Carl shuddered one final time, and then he rolled off Monique. His breath still came in long gasps as he turned to watch her breathing hard too. Sweat glistened like gems on her bare breasts and … Continue reading

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Candle Burning Bright – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story, about a gamble that didn’t pay off, begins after the photo. Genre: Horror/Humor Candle Burning Bright As flames seared the flesh of Krassicus, he cast one last spell, and his spirit inhabited a … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters

This week’s photo challenge is: Letters. Well, I don’t have any photos with random collections of letters but hey, there’s, “signs, signs, everywhere are signs…Do this, don’t do that. Can’t you read the sign?” Here are my entries for the … Continue reading

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Good Neighbor – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about a shade tree mechanic with a secret, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction Good Neighbor David leaned hard on his cane as he walked walked under the shade of the apple … Continue reading

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Skywatch Friday

These clouds made me think of a hand in the sky.

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Wild Bird Wednesday

Lesser Yellow-Legs Loggerhead Shrike American Goldfinch Black Vulture (Honestly, I wasn’t baiting him…)

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The Compassionate Kill – The Speakeasy

The Compassionate Kill BAE Cybernetic Systems: Model 2813/A >system bootup: complete >orders received >Target: Brian Jeppeson a.k.a: The Buffalo >Compassion Protocol: Active *** Casper Conway, robotics expert, pushed aside the Fish & Chips in disgust and sipped his beer. Though … Continue reading

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