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Vampires And Water

Shannon and Nils escaped across the river. The vampire glared at them from across the river. “We’re safe,” said Nils. “Vampires can’t cross running water.” “Are you sure?,” shuddered Shannon. “Maybe they just don’t like it?” Sure enough, the very … Continue reading

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New Owner

“Gawd!” groaned Bobo the bear. “I’m covered in dirt!” “My clothes are permanently soiled!” moaned Tina the baby doll. “But we have a new owner,” brightened Monty the monkey, brushing away dirt. “A child loves us again.” “Yeah, but she’s … Continue reading

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Superior Employment

The dwarf opened the door. Draduc looked inside. A stunning woman lounged at a simple, candlelit table. She was exquisite. Draduc grinned. “How long have you worked for me, Maxwell?” “One week, Master,” said the dwarf. Draduc patted his head. … Continue reading

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Failed Security Measures – Friday Fictioneers

Photo by: Kent Bonham Failed Security Measures Romania seemed strange to Jan and Jerry. At the bakery, the proprietor insisted that Jan and Jerry should sample his garlic and feta poppers. At the shoe store, they insisted that customers try … Continue reading

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Old Ways – Gargleblaster Microstories #209

Malika desired giving up the Old Ways to be normal. She opened a restaurant. Then the last drunken customer of the night grabbed her butt. “What’ll be the main course?” he grinned salaciously. Normal be damned! Malika bared her fangs. … Continue reading

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Playing With Food – The Speakeasy

Playing With Food Until the day I die, I’ll never forget those glassy, unblinking eyes. With that soulless gaze, he watched me as I moved my knight. In two more moves, he checkmated me easily, just like he callously defeated … Continue reading

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