Author Archives: EagleAye

About EagleAye

I like looking at the serious subjects in the news and seeking the lighter side of the issue. I love satire and spoofs. I see the ridiculous side of things all the time, and my goal is to share that light-hearted view.

My New Book – The Huralon Incident

The Huralon Incident My new book is finally available! If you attend my blog regularly, you know I write a lot of flash fiction. Well, this is my first foray into full-length novels. This more serious than my usual works, … Continue reading

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Adjustment Period

“Woof!” Butch barked excitedly at the squirrel climbing a huge tree in the pet hospital’s roundabout. “Aw!” said Gloria. “Butch’s artificial eye already feels better.” “A word of warning,” said Doctor Pembroke. “About Butch’s military hardware…” “I told you, don’t … Continue reading

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Judging a Book

Postmaster Green led Sean to the back. Green said, in his heavy drawl, “Hadda stick yer packages in these here cages.” “Why?” said Sean. “Because they’re from Mexico?” Green glared. “And the alien star, Wolf359, before that. I ain’t stupid, … Continue reading

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Superstition is a Way

AP reporter Jane Swift said, “Miss Devereaux, you rose from horrendous poverty to running a top 500 fashion company in just a few years. How do you explain that?” “The usual,” said Marie Devereaux. “Hard work. Dedication.” “Now critics are … Continue reading

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Do As I Say…

Phoebe returned from school, disgusted. “Eighth marriage proposal this week, Mom. This is crazy! Am I really that pretty?” Giselle nodded and produced a basket of old photos. “It’s time you knew. Your grandma was an alien.” “Eh?” “You’re part … Continue reading

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Keep It Simple, Stupid

Little Brian and a lawyer were the only people in the park when a spaceship landed. An alien emerged, held up a silvery device, and said, “With this I can grant any desire. What would you like little boy?” Brian … Continue reading

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Most Unusual Brownies

Efrem inherited rare mystical magic powers from his father, but his true love was cooking. The test to enter the School of Cooking was simple. Make brownies. So, Efrem put every fiber of his being into the food. When he … Continue reading

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