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Reset. Flash Fiction.

The room was small, holding only a hospital bed and a chair beside it, a single bare bulb hung from the ceiling giving a weak and watery kind of light. Dana sat on the chair, the old man lay in … Continue reading

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The Storm. Short Story.

Tabitha looked out at the horizon and the huge boiling clouds that raced towards her. The dust storm would hit soon, the house was already creaking and groaning in the wind. She wrung her hands together, hoping she’d spot something … Continue reading

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The Horde. Short Story.

The wind howled through the buildings carrying with it the thick, animalistic scent of fur and blood and filth. Every now and then Jacob could hear a scream carried by the wind, a snarl or a yelp, the horde was … Continue reading

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Muddling Through. Flash Fiction.

Diana shifted uncomfortably, the line was moving slowly and she’d been standing for hours. She shuffled forward slightly as the person ahead of her moved up. The line snaked back and forth on itself, with stained and rusting metal barriers … Continue reading

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Final Job. Short Story.

“Are you sure about this?” “Yes, completely. We’re not going to get caught, no one even knows this place exists, besides me and the owner and he’s dead now.” “But a place like this has to have some security, its … Continue reading

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From Above. Short Story.

Hope everyone is having a good week, haven’t been feeling great myself. Been really exhausted the last few days but what can ya do? Didn’t get up to a whole lot on Paddy’s weekend, watched some movies with a friend, … Continue reading

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Storage. Flash Fiction.

“How many are stored here?” “Well, at the moment we have just under a billion residents, but we are at only 23% capacity, there’s still plenty of space.” Joanne knew it wasn’t one of the larger storage facilities, but that … Continue reading

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