Monthly Archives: March 2015

A Family Dinner. Short Story.

I hope everyone had a good weekend! Mine was fairly relaxing. I went over to a friends place to watch some movies. Saw Interstellar for the first time. I enjoyed it, there were a few points where I was like … Continue reading

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New Town. Part 27

Part 1, Part 26 The ground shook harder, throwing them off their feet. A tear opened in the ground, the dull roar began to fade, replaced with screeching. Todd looked at Max, then Doug, “Maybe it would be better if … Continue reading

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Traditions. Short Story.

Tom took the pen from his father and signed his name quickly, then passed the pen to his brother John. “Well, go on, sign it.” John frowned, then started to write his name. “It’s not like you have a choice … Continue reading

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The Coffee Shop. Short Story.

Hope everyone’s weekend went well. Mine was pretty relaxing. I have been cat sitting for my sister for the past three weeks. She’s was being kept in my room as the two dogs are not fans of cats. It was … Continue reading

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New Town. Part 26

Sorry this is up late, I’m having a really off day. I can’t concentrate on anything. I don’t know. It’s a little short this week, but next week will be the final installment, then we’ll either launch into something else … Continue reading

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Giants Road. Short Story.

James walked slowly, a dry wind picked up, stirring the dirt around his feet and bringing with it the scent of dust. He breathed shallowly until it passed and the dust started to settle again. He should have brought a … Continue reading

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Discovery. Short Story.

Shelly sat in the attic, looking at the pile of paper before her. Her father had died three months before. She had inherited the house and everything that was in it, but she hadn’t the strength to start clearing things … Continue reading

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