Monthly Archives: June 2014

Souls for Sale (short fiction)

SOULS FOR SELL Science had discovered the existence of the soul. Unfortunately, it had also discovered most people didn’t have one. Jack was only here for a consultation. “How much will this cost?” “It depends on what you’re looking for,” said the salesman, a tall, good-looking man in a neatly pressed suit. Almost not-quite-human. Like […]
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Battle Scars (short fiction)

(Cindy and Cragg) On Wednesdays, Laura had science club and needed a ride after school. Her mom was usually working then, so it fell to Cragg to pick her up. She didn’t call Cragg her mom’s boyfriend. The word seemed to silly to use for adults. Maybe if Mom had used it, but Mom had […]
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Everything You Want (short fiction)

“It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done. It is a far, far better hell I send you to than you have ever known.” Sydney Carton broke free of the guillotine, snatched a sword from the nearest guard, and engaged in a fierce duel of blades. The book […]
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Graves (short fiction)

Honesty was difficult with a gun to your head. “Did you sleep with my wife?” asked Randy. “No,” replied Harold. “Did you?” “No.” Randy shouted. “Did you?” “Goddamnit, no!” Harold shouted back. “How many times do I have to say it?” Randy grabbed Harold’s collar and shook him. “As many times as it takes for […]
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