Category Archives: Sci-Fi

Body Snatcher. Short Story.

“How many times have you died now?” “I’m not sure, it’s hard to keep track.” “How do you lose track?” “It all blurs into one after a while. I kept a log book for a while, it’s around here somewhere … Continue reading

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Retirement. Short Story.

Thirty-Six lay in bed, staring at the ceiling. He had barely slept the night before, tossing and turning, he would have liked to have gotten out of bed, to pace back and forth in his small room, but he didn’t … Continue reading

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Mythic Revival. Short Story.

Jack turned from the observation window, “How far along is he?” “He’s about two weeks in.” “Huh, I thought it would be faster.” “So did we, based on folklore we thought it would be a pretty quick and painful transformation, … Continue reading

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The Outbreak. Flash Fiction.

Ugh. So Tired. Been pretty wrecked the last while, and have had some cramping and stuff, which isn’t exactly fun. I’ve a doctors appointment in a few weeks, so gonna find out what’ll be happening then. In the mean time … Continue reading

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Preparation. Flash Fiction.

I’m going in for another colonoscopy tomorrow to stretch out some scar tissue I have in my intestines. There won’t be a short story this Wednesday but I’ll be back on Friday. I’ve just started the dreaded prep, one glass … Continue reading

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Exploration. Short Story.

The three suns shone mercilessly, Porter took a swig from his water bottle, then wiped the sweat from his forehead. Ahead of him the guides continued on, uncaring of his struggles. Smith and Johnson were somewhere behind him, the guides … Continue reading

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The Edge of the Universe. Short Story.

Jane stared out the window, it really wasn’t that impressive and it was nothing like she imagined. Really, the edge of the universe just looked like any other part of it. It was such a lie! How could there be … Continue reading

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