Monthly Archives: April 2015

Counting. Short Story.

Tom walked along the street at an average pace. To any outside observer he looked like a regular twenty something. A pair of converse runners, jeans, a graphic t-shirt and a calf length black coat covered his body, a set … Continue reading

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A Lonely Life. Short Story.

“Just a little pinch and it will be over. And we’re done, see? I bet you barely felt a thing.” “It wasn’t too bad.” “I think most people just build it up in their heads as being worse. If you … Continue reading

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Repetition. Short Story.

Sam woke slowly, he yawned, then stretched carefully, enjoying the freedom his body had. He sat up, then reached out for the glass of water he normally kept by the bed. His hand groped at air for a moment, then … Continue reading

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Predators. Flash Fiction.

Jake sat on the hill, looking out at the herd. He stretched, then lay back into the grass. He was supposed to be taking care of the animals, but they were fine. Nothing was going to happen to them if … Continue reading

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The Guardian. Short Story.

Janice leaned on the desk, staring out the window. They were cutting them all down every last one. Good. The buzz of chainsaws wasn’t as loud or as harsh as she had been expecting. It was almost gentle and soothing. … Continue reading

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Falling Angels. Flash Fiction.

It was a cold day, the day that the angels fell. The first one fell at 10.01 A.M. Many people have looked for significance in that number, but none has yet been found. He fell to the earth in a … Continue reading

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The Feeding. Short Story.

John stood in his chamber, getting into his robes carefully. Once they were settled, he tied the sash around himself, then knelt to say a quick prayer. Today was one of the simpler jobs, though it was not pleasant, it … Continue reading

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