Tag Archives: Dinosaur

Taste of Success

Jones sighed contentedly. When they had accidentally been locked into the eco-dome with no supplies, that was bad. That the door couldn’t be opened for two weeks, was worse. The dome being full of predatory dinosaurs was a catastrophe. Yet … Continue reading

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Trapping The Beast

Several people had disappeared down the escaped Tyrannosaur’s maw during its rampage through the streets. The entire city was in an uproar. Luckily, the police had chased the creature into the closed confines of the Brandt Auditorium. Policemen surrounded the … Continue reading

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The Exchange

Darius Green sighed as walked through the Science Museum. Another dinosaur hunting season passed without a significant fossil find. All he discovered was an unusually polished blue rock. Idly, he imagined it was magical, but that was silly. Walking beside … Continue reading

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The Experiment – Mega Short Story Challenge

The Experiment Simon and Nick strolled along the shore until they found a little shorebird poking around the rocks. Soon, they found the bird’s nest. They took a single egg back to Simon’s lab. Simon placed the egg into the … Continue reading

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Zeus Grapes – Grammar Ghoul Press

Zeus Grapes Donnie Durian smiled as he rented a shuttle at the entry port of Space Habitat Ha-37. He was anxious to see his friend, Professor Vernon Adopoulus, after many years. His anticipation didn’t stop him from enjoying the lush … Continue reading

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Simulation – Yeah Write Summer Series

Simulation The bridge smelled like someone needed a shower, noted Lieutenant Commander Leander. He shifted in the command chair and scraped his elbow on the hole worn into the plastic of the armrest. All of the command team were righties … Continue reading

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Vengeful Sidekick – The Speakeasy

Vengeful Sidekick “When did you know you were lost?” he asked. Gerrard studied the smug smile on the psychologist. He’d always thought psychologists to be the most compassionate of people. A few hours with David Green had dissuaded him of … Continue reading

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Caveat Latro – Write On Edge

Written for Write on Edge. A story, about an attempt to force the sale of land, begins after the image. Genre: Science Fiction Caveat Latro Translation: Robber Beware Randall Medrano rode the fence of his ranch on Plaxus IV like … Continue reading

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Dumb Sheep – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story about believing in legendary creatures begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Dumb Sheep “Me great-grandfather discovered that Martin loves scotch. We O’Keefes trained him with it,” said William. “Yeah,” said Dane, producer … Continue reading

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Survival of the Scaredest – Alastair’s Photo Fiction

Written for Alastair’s Photo Fiction. Story begins after the photo Genre: Science Fiction Survival of the Scaredest “I seen him right through there,” pointed Evan. “Like one a’ those dino-sores I seen on cable teevee.” Lou reeled in his lure … Continue reading

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