Monthly Archives: January 2015

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Favorite Things Verse 2

It’s time for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge. This time the theme is: My Favorite Things, Verse Two. Here’s the verse: “Cream colored ponies and crisp apple streudels, Doorbells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles, Wild geese that fly with … Continue reading

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To Turn A Spy – Mutant 750: Grammar Ghoul Press

To Turn A Spy Thierry knew he shouldn’t, but he was falling in love. He found himself tumbling into the warm folds of romance. This society, so different from his own, had claimed his mind. The woman beside him, claimed … Continue reading

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Worry – Gargleblaster Micro-Fiction #197

In Harridan’s Pub, the whiskey sloshed out of Barry’s glass. Outside, People ran past, screaming. Frantically, Barry signaled for another drink. “You’re worried about Earth stopping its rotation?” asked the bartender. Barry said, “No, I was worried about a lack … Continue reading

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Photo Restoration – Friday Fictioneers

Photo Restoration Fritz stood in his tiny garage/lab. “The Ipswitch Camera never became popular,” he said. “Why not?” said his neighbor, Garrett. “It physically removed the subject from reality, converting it to a photo.” “That could be troublesome.” “But!” Fritz … Continue reading

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Low Tech – Mondays Finish The Story

Low Tech They finally made their escape. “I love Alaska!” crowed Ben. He counted the stolen bank money while Dan drove the stolen Range Rover. “They’re so low-tech here, and these fools don’t even lock their cars.” Unknowingly, they’d stolen … Continue reading

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Composure – Sunday Photo Fiction

Composure In a universe strikingly similar to our own, but different… “Of course we’ll win, mummy,” said sixteen-year old Princess Elizabeth. “You always win.” The ribbons in her hair bobbed as she spoke. She sat for tea with her mother, … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Serenity

This week’s photo challenge is: Serenity. This is a favorite for me. I’m always seeking serenity, and I often find it. It’s not hard. Just look for a quiet place in nature and it’s there all around. It’s just a … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadowed

This week’s photo challenge is: Shadowed. I don’t play with this too often. When trying to photograph birds, they’re often hiding in the shadows. So I’m playing with shadows whether I intended to or not. Here are my answers to … Continue reading

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Sporting Chance – Chimera 66: Grammar Ghoul Press

King Megalomax feasted on duck and twenty other dishes. His terribly malnourished subjects waited nearby, hoping he’d throw a bone at them. A messenger approached and offered a card to the king. It read: Duck! “What is this?” roared Megalomax, … Continue reading

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The Terrible Sound – Microstories Gargleblaster #196

I hear the sound, and my soul bleeds. It’s the sound of screaming angels dragged away from heaven, the crying death of whales butchered by evil men. Down the stained, dripping steps, I see it. It’s my damned neighbor practicing … Continue reading

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