Monthly Archives: December 2014

Karma – Microstories #194

“Sir,” said the psychic. “I can know people’s history when I watch them.” “So?” said the criminal, sifting through a purse. “You’ve been stealing most of your life.” “So?” The psychic looked up at the falling satellite. “Time to pay … Continue reading

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Facade – Mondays Finish The Story

Facade The house of Don Francisco sat in a remote part of the desert. Kirkum, a 16-year veteran, grimaced at the sprawling, beautiful mansion. “They say seven teams went in and never came out alive.” “So why did they go … Continue reading

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The Novotny Device – Sunday Photo Fiction

The Novotny Device Kira wondered if she was safe. She carried a lawn chair under the night sky. The smell of freshly mowed grass wafted sweetly under her nose. Her sister, Suzanne passed her by saying, “Hurry up, sis. You … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Warmth

This week, the Photo Challenge is: Warmth. Growing up in a cold state in the winters, I humbly believe I’m quite expert about this. Still, warmth is not only about temperature. My lovely wife, Shey, features often in these pics. … Continue reading

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Navigation Hazard – Grammar Ghoul Press

Navigation Hazard Admiral Squint’s red crest raised up as he gnawed on a nut. “10,000 new squirrelets a week?” he said. “We need to find a habitable planet. We’re running out of room aboard the ship.” “Yes, sir,” said Lieutenant … Continue reading

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Cities and City Structures – Cee’s Fun Foto

This week at Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge the topic is: Cities and City Structures. Here are my entries: Toronto, Ontario Bohol, Philippines Dumaguete, Philippines Austin, Texas (Statue of Stevie Ray Vaughn)

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Election – Friday Fictioneers

Election The All-Father stood atop the ancient grassy steps. “A new world rapidly approaches us,” boomed Odin. “I am not suited for these coming modern times, and I must sleep.” “Don’t leave us!” called a child. The thousands gathered agreed. … Continue reading

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Fast Delivery – Microstories #193

“Yay!” cheered Perry, hefting the box. “My Warp Drive arrived quick!” The senior scientists scowled at their junior member. “Impossible!” “Ridiculous!” “Seriously,” insisted Perry. “Ordered it two days ago from Amazon.” “Nonsensical fantasy!” grated Hathaway. “How did you get two … Continue reading

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Santa Gift – Mondays Finish The Story

Santa Gift As the year wound down to a close, they gathered around the table and raised their glasses. Nate smiled even if he didn’t feel the holiday cheer. Christmas/New Year parties were fun but, Santa never brought gifts and … Continue reading

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Those Who Did Nothing – Sunday Photo Fiction

Those Who Did Nothing Everything was different since The Change, mused John Keannor. He sipped bitter coffee from a wooden cup. The mirror he stared into was nothing like what he remembered. No perfect reflection after a carefree visit to … Continue reading

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