Monthly Archives: July 2015

Bonding With Mommy

Perhaps we shouldn’t be poking through the personal diary of our 7-week old daughter, but you know there’s some interesting stuff in there. Just have a look at the following. Mommy is pretty cool. I’ve decided to let her sleep … Continue reading

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Belief – Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

Belief Adit looked on with pleasure at the bridge spanning before the waterfall. “The tourists will love it, Devaj!” he enthused. “We’ll make money hand over fist! Is it ready yet?” “Not yet,” said Devaj, studying engineering drawings. The two … Continue reading

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An Unfortunate Wish – Friday Fictioneers

An Unfortunate Wish Sergeant Greenbaum pointed. “Maybe she saw something.” Lieutenant Cutler turned away from the chaos in the city park’s parking lot. “Might as well.” Harrington, Ohio’s only voodoo priestess stood in front of her shelves of potions for … Continue reading

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Important Work – Mega Short Story

Important Work As the old boat plowed through the water, Bungang pointed to the leaping dolphins. “You just follow the dolphins. They know the way.” Clive Sauerbrun scowled. “Whatever. Just lead us to the treasure.” Sauerbrun stuck a fat finger … Continue reading

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An Unappreciated Repellent – Mondays Finish the Story

An Unappreciated Repellent He thought he found the perfect hiding spot, but it still found him. With a growl, he leaped off the shelving, caromed off the printer tray, and landed perfectly behind the curtains. The thing’s evil head rotated, … Continue reading

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Vigilant – Sunday Photo Fiction

Vigilant The statue, sculpted from pale stone, depicted an RAF pilot waiting vigilantly to be called to his Spitfire. It was a common pose during August 1940. Pilots often sat in the sun, if there was any, until a call … Continue reading

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Doctor’s Visit – Shapeshifting 13

Doctor’s Visit Dr. Slavski entered and noted the astonished nurse, and the sheepish expression of the patient. The anal thermometer still shuddered where it penetrated the concrete wall across the examination room. “That’s enough, Pistol Pete,” glared Slavski. “Quit farting … Continue reading

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