Tag Archives: Nuclear War

The Little Gully

World War III didn’t start because the oil ran out. It started because more people wanted oil than production could match. Three quarters of Humanity perished in the nuclear fires and radioactive clouds. But that’s okay. That meant remaining survivors … Continue reading

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Alexandra’s Vengeance

Alexandra glared into her tablet computer during All Hallows Eve. Deep shadows shifted across her face as her angry grimace menaced the room. She’d seen enough. They would pay. With rusty saw squalling in the gloom, she removed the heads … Continue reading

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Safety Measure

Driving along empty streets, North Korean Defense Minister Kwan looked outside. A huge golden statue of Kim Il-Sung presided over an empty plaza. His phone rang and Kwan answered. “Do you have the new Safety Measure?” asked Foreign Minister Jang. … Continue reading

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Blowing Bubbles – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about the beginning of the Third War, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Blowing Bubbles They floated down from the skies, like soap bubbles on an enormous scale. Most were as big … Continue reading

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