Monthly Archives: November 2014

. . . For a Dollar (short fiction)

There was a fortune waiting out there, just waiting for the right person to come along and find it. Brisby had spent decades scouring the darkest, most obscure corners of the universe in search of his. Those places nobody thought worth much because all the worthwhile places had been claimed. But the universe was big, […]
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10,000 Times (short fiction)

Jana flicked stones while she waited. She reached into the bucket of small, flat pebbles, took aim at a spot in the wall, and with a snap of her fingers, flung them against the wall, one by one. Always hitting the same spot. In the space of thirty minutes, she’d knocked a small dent in […]
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Dead Guy (Nanowrimo)

Here’s another excerpt from Dead Guy, my experiment in Nanowrimo. She was hideous. There was no other way to describe her. Colorless, almost transparent, skin. No nose. Blood red eyes. Pointed teeth. Just enough thin hair on her head to be not bald. Dangerously thin, like a bundle of sticks brought to life. “Are you […]
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Dead Guy (nanowrimo experiment)

Hey, everyone.  In case you didn’t know, Nanowrimo is a thing where people try to write a 50,000 word novel in a month.  I just finished a project and thought I’d play around with it.  So here’s my beginning.  I doubt I’ll finish it in that time because I have a few other obligations this […]
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