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Fiance – Gargleblaster #180

“She said my tactics are poor, and my hygiene sucks,” said Tony. “And…?” pressed Bert. “Athena said, Yes!” “Awesome! She’s a goddess.” Tony grinned knowingly. “Some advice: never fight with her.” Tony shuddered. “Athena’s the Goddess of War. She’d kick … Continue reading

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Foxhole

As bullets whined overhead, Jared realized the glow in HIS eyes couldn’t be faked. “Why do you let this happen?” asked Jared, accusingly. HE said, “It’s your choice.” Jared thought that was cryptic. No help at all. Sighing, he reloaded … 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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Good Neighbor – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about a shade tree mechanic with a secret, begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction Good Neighbor David leaned hard on his cane as he walked walked under the shade of the apple … Continue reading

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The Purchase – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story, about a building that no one ever buys, begins after photo. Genre: Urban Fantasy. The Purchase Jacob climbed the stairs with the elderly realtor, Mr. Toussaint. Jacob said, “It’s bit beat up. Still, … Continue reading

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The Seed – Picture It & Write

Written for Picture It & Write. A story, about a familiar yet vastly different alien biology, begins after the image. Genre: Science Fiction The Seed Things were going poorly for Edvard Perry. As he crashed through the atmosphere of Calliope, … Continue reading

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Mind Games – Tipsy Lit

Written for Tipsy Lit. A story, about playing games with a person’s mind, begins after the image. Genre: Espionage/Humor Mind Games His uniform was spotless, with creases sharp enough to cut. He moved smoothly, athletically. A man of supreme confidence. … Continue reading

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