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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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That Time of the Century

The gargantuan dragon had proven impervious to human weapons and still demanded a virgin. General Cavendish saluted fifteen-year old Genevieve Holder with a tear. “Your sacrifice will not be forgotten.” Genevieve shook with fear, but bravely entered the cave entrance. … Continue reading

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The Time Dragon

Peg saw the dragon the first time when her mother gave the clock to her. She was frightened at first, but then it began speaking to her. “I’m a Time Dragon,” it said. “You keep time?” she asked. “Close. I … Continue reading

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The Sleepwalk

Marjorie bought the wooden dragon at a flea market. Her son, Avery had been plagued with nightmares and he occasionally sleepwalked. As she tucked in the 8-year old, Avery gazed at the dragon with trepidation, “Aren’t dragons monsters?” he said. … Continue reading

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The Rookie Falconer

Sean the park custodian noted someone had driven to the top of the knoll in a 4×4 pickup truck. He walked up to join the young man standing there with binoculars. “Oy!” called Sean. “Enjoyin’ the view?” “Sort of,” said … Continue reading

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A Mighty Battle

Few knew about the castle hidden inside the island. The men in the longboat shuddered as they waited beside it for Sir Reginald. Fervently, they hoped the gallant knight would survive the mighty dragon’s flames and harvest its magical blood. … Continue reading

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Dragon Hunting – Mondays Finish the Story

Dragon Hunting “I see absolutely everything,” said the Wood Dragon. Its dark eye glittered. “You’ve come here to kill me.” The armored knight raised his visor. “Correct! I am Sir Hiram Moorehouse William Villecourt Banesborough.” He raised his lance. “I … Continue reading

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The Dragon’s Bollocks – Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

The Dragon’s Bollocks Shaunessy the tour guide led the little group beside a long crack in the soft soil. At last, he brought them to two towering stones. “And now we’ve arrived at site #11.” Shaunessy pointed to the ancient … Continue reading

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Backfire – Gargleblaster Microstories #212

Johnson figured there’d be troubles hitching a dragon to his wagon. He just guessed they would come from its mouth. Smoke billowed from the wagon’s charred remains. The dragon looked sheepish. Johnson glared at it. “I told you not to … Continue reading

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Free At Last – Sunday Photo Fiction

Free At Last The rules for dragons were different in this time of weak magic. Normally a dragon’s soul flowed into an awaiting egg. Without anyone believing in the things between things anymore, dragon souls found themselves pulled into simple … Continue reading

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