Tag Archives: Mermaid

A Myth Returned

In Holder Bay, people sincerely believed a mermaid lived in the waters. Every year they held a lantern festival, hoping to hear her song once more. Becka placed her phone in the lantern to guard it from sand. “The ringtone … Continue reading

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A New Ending

Raul was fishing off the Portuguese coast when he found her. Thalassa climbed into his boat as he hauled on the nets. The mermaid was lovely. Beneath her sea green hair were two huge, enticing, glistening…green eyes. Thalassa told him … Continue reading

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The Sick Engine

The Svenska Tours company boasted the fastest ferry boat in Europe. They claimed to control a miracle engine technology, though they denied using nuclear power. When the pride of the ferry fleet, the Svenska Stjarna limped home with engine trouble, … Continue reading

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Stealing – Yeah Write Gargleblaster

Stealing “So what did you say?” asked Yxyt’Nala as she floated in the water. “I said, ‘No. My mermaid,’ and then I shot him.” “Oh my!” “He’ll live.” Yxyt’Nala wrapped her fishy tail around my tail, saying, “Thanks for stealing … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story about a restaurant review begins after the image. Great pic, Ted! Genre: Urban Fantasy/Humor Restaurant Review “This is it?” grimaced Gunter. ” ‘Astounding decor?’ This is all for $300 per plate?” “And the … Continue reading

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