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Tank Design

Combat reporter Bryce Monoghan peered between the train cars. At five-kilometers he could easily see the thirty-meter tall, alien walking war machine. “Aren’t you terrified?” he said. Lieutenant Cohen said, “No. Why?” “Well, it’s huge, imposing, threatening.” “Yep. It’s very … Continue reading

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Normalcy – Friday Fictioneers 13Sep13

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. Story begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Word Count: 105 Normalcy “That time warp I stepped in was disorienting,” noted Justin. “Might’ve been worse,” replied Vincent. “You could’ve arrived before we defeated the aliens … Continue reading

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Something More – Trifecta: Week Eighty-One

Written for Trifecta: Week 81. Genre: Science Fiction Word Count: 333 Story begins after the image. Something More The memory of Alion’s papa played over and over in his head. The old man stared intently and said, “Do something more … Continue reading

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Mismatch – Trifecta: Week Seventy-Eight

This week’s goal for the Trifecta Writing Challenge is to write a story between 33 and 333 words long and use the third definition for the word, “Pedantic.” PEDANTIC (adjective): unimaginative, pedestrian The challenge page can be found here: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/2013/05/trifecta-week-seventy-eight.htmlContinue reading

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