Tag Archives: Invasion

Scouting Mission

Misty had been raving about Joko’s Mocha truck for weeks. Rebecca couldn’t join because like many New Yorker office workers, she rarely had time for secondary things like relaxing. She finally agreed and joined Misty at the end of a … Continue reading

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Critical Infrastructure

The spidery alien war machine smashed through downtown. Its feet crushed cars. Its force-beam collapsed buildings and devastated the battle-tanks of the Human defenders. Suddenly, Humans withdrew from the area. In the command center, General Nash prepared his team to … Continue reading

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A Temporary Reprieve – Mega Short-Story Challenge

A Temporary Reprieve General Zrrt led his band of hundred-foot tall battle-tanks onto the sand of the California coast. The beetle-like machines walked on two legs while four arms, packed with devastating weapons, tracked in all directions looking for targets. … Continue reading

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The Special Ceviche – Mondays Finish the Story

The Special Ceviche On March 9th, 2015, three objects were reportedly seen in the skies over the Borracho Todos los Tiempos Vineyards. Many UFO hunters and conspiracy theorists raced to the area, desperate to see what they knew were aliens. … Continue reading

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Overconfidence – Sunday Photo Fiction

Overconfidence Tix’Alut wasn’t feeling confident. Perhaps it was the re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere, or perhaps it was the rough landing into the sea that shook him so much. Most likely, it was the scanty reconnaissance that Captain Aup’Trunile permitted him. … Continue reading

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Ground Assault – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about an alien ground assault on Earth, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Ground Assault General Lleppis’Dau winced at the rhythmic sound of huge machines crashing together. He pulled the quadnoculars down … Continue reading

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Invasion – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about a little-known invasion attempt during ww2, begins after the photo. Genre: Speculative Fiction/Humor Invasion During ww2, the invasion of France was so critical to the allied war effort, yet so challenging, many … Continue reading

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Ranju Curmantan – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about a powerful magical word that must not be spoken, begins after the photo. Hey Al, I’ve gone rather long with this one. Sorry about that. I hope it’s not too much trouble. … Continue reading

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The Last Day – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story about alien contact that doesn’t happen as expected begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor The Last Day Master Sergeant Boone stood beside the humvee and enjoyed a smoke and a beautiful sunset. … Continue reading

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Prelude To Invasion – The Friday Fictioneers

Written for The Friday Fictioneers. A story about paranoia, or not, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Prelude To Invasion “That wasn’t here, yesterday,” scowled Colonel Horton. “You must be mistaken,” said General Mays. “That shack is obviously old.” … Continue reading

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