Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Gate. Short Story.

Percy shouldered his way through the crowd streaming past him. The God-Empress was giving another one of her speeches and he was seemingly the only one who didn’t really care. She would go on about how the city was doing … Continue reading

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Endless Distraction. Short Story.

“Do it. Go on. You might as well.” “No. I’m not going to do it and you can stop asking me. It’d be mean.” “No, it would be funny.” “I don’t think so.” “You would have thought it was funny … Continue reading

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Edge of Collapse. Short Story.

Jason looked up and around the room, it had gone quiet. He didn’t like the quiet. The deep grinding noise that filled the air of the city had stopped, and that made Jason nervous. It wasn’t supposed to stop, it … Continue reading

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Potion Master. Short Story.

Mary held no malice for the people she killed. How could she when she didn’t know them and never would? She knew that her actions killed people, but it was abstract knowledge and she took some solace in that. After … Continue reading

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Proximity. Short Story.

Harold sat at his desk, fingers hovering above the keyboard. He scanned over what he had written, then deleted it all. It was too long, too wordy. No one would read that, and no one would believe it even if … Continue reading

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The Bus. Short Story.

Tabitha looked out the window resolutely, the bus trundled onwards, slowly making its way to her destination. Her neck was starting to feel a little sore, but she didn’t want to turn it. Her headphones were firmly placed over her … Continue reading

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Fairytale Life. Short Story.

Jenny groaned as the alarm started blaring. She turned it off without looking and stretched, yawning as she did so. After rubbing her eyes for a second she sat up and felt around her hair, measuring the length of it. … Continue reading

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