Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Fog. Short Story.

Simon stood at the edge of the street, waiting to cross. The cars nearby slowed as the light turned red, he muttered “finally” and started walking. As he reached the half way point a thick fog started to roll down … Continue reading

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Killer. Short Story.

Jeremy stretched and yawned. It had been a long day but he was almost done. He was feeling cold and sore, he had been sitting on the roof of the building for hours now. He watched the people walking back … Continue reading

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One By One. Short Story.

Mark sat on the bed, knees pulled tight to his chest. Someone knocked on his door. “Go away.” “It isn’t safe for you to be alone.” “What does it matter? It isn’t safe with people either.” “Just let me in.” … Continue reading

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Containment. Short Story.

Mary could feel it, moving its way through her veins, spreading through her body. It was an odd feeling, a hot burning that was strangely pleasant. She was afraid, of course she was, it was burning away herself, burning away … Continue reading

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The Snow Storm. Short Story.

Snow fell heavily on the village, coating everything thickly. Sarah glanced out the window, then back at the fire. There was no sign of her brothers, they were supposed to be back hours ago. Her father had already left the … Continue reading

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Heroes. Short Story.

John watched as the Seven walked out of the building, leading a group of released hostages. The image cut back to a news anchor “this was the scene today as the Seven pulled off a heroic rescue operation. Death Mask … Continue reading

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Natural Cycle. Short Story.

Sandra was wearing a long skirt and a light blouse, despite the chill of the day. She stood near a large, old oak tree, waiting. She was meeting someone today, and though she knew they would be exactly on time, … Continue reading

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