Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Warning – Friday Fictioneers

The Warning Professor Trachtenberg raced into the dining room, his grey hair in disarray. He found him standing there, staring fixedly out the window. “Is it true?” said Trachtenberg. “It is,” said Beauchamps. “We should raise the alarm! We should … Continue reading

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Changes – Mutant 750: Grammar Ghoul Press

Changes Sometimes it all goes wrong in the worst way possible. Various events combine to create a positive feedback loop. Each unforeseen failure exacerbating the previous catastrophe. It was probably unwise for Jerry Montcrief to leave the time machine running. … Continue reading

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First Contact – Mondays Finish The Story

First Contact Racing down into the atmosphere, the unidentified object crashed, leaving behind one heck of a huge crater and a plume of smoke that could be seen from miles around. Hunter Green raced towards the site, nearly crashing his … Continue reading

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Overconfidence – Sunday Photo Fiction

Overconfidence Tix’Alut wasn’t feeling confident. Perhaps it was the re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere, or perhaps it was the rough landing into the sea that shook him so much. Most likely, it was the scanty reconnaissance that Captain Aup’Trunile permitted him. … Continue reading

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Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge 2015 #1

Here’s my pics for this week’s challenge… Look for more pics right here: http://ceenphotography.com/2015/01/07/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-2015-1/

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Grill Master – Microstories

Ken cooked twelve steaks simultaneously on his new grill. “Wow! You’re on fire,” praised his wife, Gina. Flames rose. Ken grinned happily. She shot him with a fire extinguisher. “What the…?” spluttered Ken. “I mean it,” said Gina. “You were … Continue reading

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Left Behind – Friday Fictioneers

Left Behind He sulked against a signpost marking the beginning of Route 66, the oldest and most famous American road. His gold teeth and yellow eyes stood out clearly. Dust marred his black suit, but his white shirt and goat-headed … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: New

For this week’s photo challenge the topic is: New. There’s all sort’s of new. I intended to have a very enjoyable time with this one. Mostly, I just think of new life, and Spring when I think of New. Here … Continue reading

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The Supplies – Mondays Finish The Story

The Supplies Silently as the people watched, the black hawk helicopter lifted into the air. “Bless those Americans,” said Aasir. He tore open the box dropped by the helicopter. “They’ve sent us supplies.” “Why don’t they stay and help?” asked … Continue reading

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Whiteout – Sunday Photo Fiction

Whiteout Twenty minutes had passed when he realized she hadn’t returned. One thought immediately struck him. Does she have it with her? Barry remembered giving Tawnee the angel at Christmas. His moccasins sat beside her hiking boots before the fireplace. … Continue reading

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