Monthly Archives: July 2014

Deal. Short Story.

Hope everyone is having a good week, I’ve been pretty busy the last while. I was down in Galway with some friends for the Arts festival, which was pretty cool. I also visited the Cliffs of Moher, which were a … Continue reading

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Savages. Short Story.

Outside thunder rumbled sullenly, a few seconds later a bolt of lightening lit the sky. Jason breathed a sigh of relief, the noise outside would distract them for a little while. He crouched at the window and peered out, it … Continue reading

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Shadow Crawlers. Part 59

the new body felt strange to Brett, he was still trying to get used to it. Inside the darkness the last owner sat, huddled and mumbling, the body had been a drug addict, the soul hadn’t quite figured out what … Continue reading

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Wild Animals. Short Story.

Janice couldn’t stop shivering, even with the heavy coat. Her movements were quick and jerky, she felt queasy. She stumbled over a rock, then got her balance again, casting a worried glance behind her. Mark was back there, they couldn’t … Continue reading

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The Grave Digger. Short Story.

He looked at the pile, it was large today. It had been steadily getting larger too. Maybe that meant something, maybe it didn’t. He sighed and picked up the shovel, then he got to work. The digging was slow, methodical. … Continue reading

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Shadow Crawlers. Part 58.

Part 1, Part 57 Brett lay on the bed, breathing slowly, heavily. He felt tired, weak. He needed a new body, he needed a way out of this rotting cell that he had found himself trapped in. He started shaking, … Continue reading

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Anger. Short Story.

Jessie looked at herself in the mirror as she brushed her hair, her eyes examining every bit of visible skin, looking for flaws. The paused brushing, picked up a tweezers and used it to pluck a single hair from her … Continue reading

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