Monthly Archives: September 2014

Weekly Photo Challenge: Nighttime

This week’s photo challenge is: Nighttime. The time when unseen things flutter, and when unexpected guests arrive. It can be a time for mystery or grandeur, terror or pleasure, revilement or fascination. Here are my impressions of nighttime. Just outside … Continue reading

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Pug – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about an exotic creature seeing the bright side of things, begins after the photo. Genre: Urban Fantasy/Humor Pug Pug hated a lot of things. He hated being referred to as a Gargoyle. Gargoyles … Continue reading

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The Confession – The Speakeasy

The Confession “The days of the week lined up like buckets, ready to catch whatever fell in…Why I didn’t kill him sooner, I cannot imagine.” This small excerpt is from a letter to The Guardian sent from an unknown location. … Continue reading

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Wine Tasting – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story, about some very unusual wine and it’s effects, begins after the photo. Genre: Speculative Fiction/Humor Wine Tasting “Oh that’s good!” exclaimed Jamieson, sipping again. He squinted. “You allow sunlight in your wine cellar?” … Continue reading

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Fiance – Gargleblaster #180

“She said my tactics are poor, and my hygiene sucks,” said Tony. “And…?” pressed Bert. “Athena said, Yes!” “Awesome! She’s a goddess.” Tony grinned knowingly. “Some advice: never fight with her.” Tony shuddered. “Athena’s the Goddess of War. She’d kick … Continue reading

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Blowing Bubbles – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about the beginning of the Third War, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Blowing Bubbles They floated down from the skies, like soap bubbles on an enormous scale. Most were as big … Continue reading

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Superspy – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story, about hunting for a superspy, begins after the photo. Genre: Espionage/Humor Superspy Khalid and Adeem were on the lookout when Khalid saw the woman walking across the stones. “That’s him,” he pointed. “Him? … Continue reading

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