Monthly Archives: May 2015

Born of the Imagination – Sunday Photo Fiction

Photo by: Alistair Forbes Born of the Imagination Brenna was bored, noted Williard. Something needed to be done about it. He couldn’t blame her really. While the Isle of Man off the coast of Britain was lovely with its rolling … Continue reading

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Gastronomic Dueling – Shapeshifting 13

Gastronomic Dueling Ellimigaen, the alien ambassador from Aldeberon III, looked like a pile of vegetables. Ken couldn’t resist. He told the cafe’s waiter, “I’ll eat the Vegetarian Salad. Extra veggies.” He smirked at Ellimigaen. Ellimigaen smiled back. “I’ll devour the … Continue reading

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Cee’s Fun Foto: Perspective

Here are my pics for this week’s Cee’s Fun Foto challenge: Perspective. Look here to see the pics other folks took: http://ceenphotography.com/2015/05/26/cees-fun-foto-challenge-perspective-unusual-angle-or-point-of-view/

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Cultural Differences – Gargleblaster Microstories #215

Having an Ogre for a housemate wasn’t bad, but there were cultural differences. Still, Bog was a gentle giant. Cindy arrived home saying, “Bog? I haven’t seen Max and Maggie.” “Who?” “The cats.” Bog stopped stirring the stew. “You mean … Continue reading

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Poseidon – Friday Fictioneers

Poseidon Ed and Kurt wandered through Ed’s backyard. After Kurt’s military service in Afghanistan, and Ed’s work with Lockheed, the former MIT graduates had a lot to talk about. “This is ‘Poseidon,’ ” said Ed, pointing at the robotic sea … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye – Super-Short Mega Story

Saying Goodbye Harry and Fitz stopped in front of a sign covered in warnings. “Wave Pattern Unpredictable” pointed Harry, leaning on his cane. “Do you think?” Fitz scratched at his short salt-n-pepper beard. “Idling grav-projectors could cause that.” “Indicating the … Continue reading

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Tarragon Is Vital – YeahWrite Fiction #215

Tarragon Is Vital Officer Corinne Souvakis knocked on the weathered door with trepidation. If the smell was anything like last time, she wasn’t sure if she could hold her lunch. The neighborhood’s “cat lady” owned more than just 16 cats. … Continue reading

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