Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Gathering. Short Story.

Jenny looked at her watch, then looked outside. On time as usual. She wrote down the time on her notepad and started counting. So far they appeared at the same time each day, though the numbers varied. There was always … Continue reading

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Mythological. Short Story.

He woke slowly, drifting in and out of consciousness. Finally he stretched and yawned, deciding it was time to get up. He slid out of bed and padded over to the table, where breakfast had already been laid out for … Continue reading

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Shadow Crawlers. Part 46

Been a fairly busy week, I went to the zoo on Wednesday, which was cool, wandered around for a few hours, looked at animals, all that fun stuff. Also bought Pokemon X (finally) so I’ve been playing that. The only … Continue reading

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Symbiosis. Short Story.

Jason sighed and placed his cup back where he had left it the first time. This was starting to become more than annoying, it was down right infuriating. He had even started taking pictures now as proof that he wasn’t … Continue reading

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Attack. Short Story.

He watched her as she walked, Henry made sure he wasn’t too close though, that was always a dead give away. The streets were quiet and mostly empty, it was that golden time of the day when people were all … Continue reading

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Shadow Crawlers. Part 45

Sorry, there was some technical difficulties! Had a fun week, went up to the mountains with my friend, she was taking photographs for an art project. When we were done we wandered around for a bit, climbed one some river … Continue reading

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24 Hour Shop. Flash Fiction.

Jeremy looked up from the mop, he didn’t have too much further to go. He dunked the mop head into the dirty water, then went back to lazily swirling it across the floor. When he finished the aisle, he stopped … Continue reading

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