Monthly Archives: June 2015

Attack. Short Story.

John sat down at the table, he only had a few minutes in which to rest. He had been preparing all week and now most of it was done. His stomach grumbled lightly, John stood and went to the fridge, … Continue reading

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Meeting. Short Story.

Francine carefully poured the tea into the cups. “So, how has everyone’s week been?” “Tiring.” “Busy.” “Productive.” “Ok, well, who will we start with this week?” “I vote we start with Karen, she had a decidedly poor week last week, … Continue reading

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Desertion. Short Story.

Coffee. Coffee first, that was the important thing. Janice checked her phone, the emails were already building up. There was no point in reading any of them, not when she was only half awake. Of course today would be the … Continue reading

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Trapped. Short Story.

Tom sat at his desk, there was no point in running, no real point in leaving at all. Already he was feeling sleepy. That was how it was supposed to start, wasn’t it? Others around him were moving towards the … Continue reading

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Strength. Short Story.

Sarah looked at herself in the mirror, everything looked good. She still wasn’t sure about the dress. She had chosen the black to make her look thinner, rather then the red. The red was a nicer colour and gave a … Continue reading

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Gone. Short Story.

Jane fell backwards, landing on the ground with a painful thud. She barely noticed. She watched with dazed eyes as the house burned, it was going up quickly, much faster than she ever would have expected. She didn’t think anyone … Continue reading

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The Gods Themselves. Short Story.

He sat looking at the small vial, watching as the light bounced off the liquid. When it settled, Jason picked it up and shook it again, then set it down and watched as the colours rippled through it. It was … Continue reading

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