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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