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Unclear On The Concept

He walked into Claude Perdue’s office as if Claude were a misbehaving child. “Mr. Hauptmann!” greeted Claude. “What can the Ectoplasmic Investigations Division do for Homeland Security?” Hauptmann placed a case folder on his desk and opened it. A picture … Continue reading

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The Pies

They had seen it written everywhere on the way home. It was written on the roadway, on sidewalks, on fences. It was spray painted onto an angry house cat. “The Pies.” “My god,” whispered Landon as they drove under a … Continue reading

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Wasting Time – Sunday Photo Fiction

Wasting Time It hadn’t been easy for for Admiral Marks since his Battle Group (BATGRU 13) unexpectedly slipped through a portal into another dimension of magic. The laws of physics worked just the same in this other dimension. Every piece … Continue reading

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Saving A Friend – The Speakeasy

Saving A Friend “Witherspoon!” said Commander Manuba waving impatiently. “Have a seat.” Beside him sat Captain Reese, looking dour. Lieutenant Witherspoon made a conscious effort to walk normally. He couldn’t help feeling nervous. A mere lieutenant being called before the … Continue reading

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Operation Peacemaker – Picture It & Write

Written for Picture It & Write. A story about a clash of magic and technology begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy Operation Peacemaker It had been one year since Rear Admiral Leary’s CSG (Carrier Strike Group) and one MEU … Continue reading

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Battle Psychedelia – The Speakeasy at Yeah Write

Battle Psychedelia Joe walked into the botanical lab like he owned the place, the same way he entered anything. “Yo, Pete! What’s shakin’?” Peter very nearly dropped his petri dish at the high-decibel, staccato blast of Joe’s inside voice. “Jesus, … Continue reading

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Gauntlet Run Pt. 2

Written for the Moonshine Grid. Continued from an earlier post. It all started here: https://momusnews.wordpress.com/2013/12/27/vengeful-seas-picture-it-write/ Then here: https://momusnews.wordpress.com/2013/12/29/gone-fishing-sunday-photo-fiction/ Last one here: https://momusnews.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/gauntlet-run-the-speakeasy-at-yeah-write/ Gauntlet Run Pt. 2 The airship’s cockpit door swung open quickly. “Darling!” said Arteigna. “I want to be…” … Continue reading

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Invaded again – Trifecta: Week Ninety-Seven

Written for Trifecta. Story begins after the image. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Word Count: 333 Invaded Again “Are you serious?” Captain Rebecca MacEnroe glared at President Greenbaum. “I’m truly sorry, Captain. The Eventi have already gone. “You couldn’t have told us … Continue reading

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