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Flash Fiction: Coup de Grace

Harnish completed his orders as instructed by the Echelon High Command. The main order was under the habitable planets order. The killing of supposed innocents did not phase him as it had in the past. He wasn’t bothered by the … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: Master Transfer

Tiber took his first vigil since the initial set-up weeks ago. The transfer house in the Groenhou district was carefully guarded from outside attention. Interior inspection would reveal many luxuries unknown to colonial Arlington abroad. Local science provided some inventions. The … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: The Secret Door

The catcher went dormant for an hour after dropping us in this tunnel. I had no idea where the catcher had taken us. Its source of power was a mystery; I had none and neither did it so far as … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: Keep An Open Mind (very rough draft)

The challenge was: Technothriller A capital city of a lost civilization Warring families 1500 words or less Due: March 1 This is how it turned out.  Only a first draft.  It is definitely needing work (not much of the technothriller … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: D.O.G.gy Style

D.O.G.gy Style Fido made his way out of the dump, through the garbage heaps. He sniffed as best he could with the overpowering aromas of soiled diaper, rotted carcass and other assorted filth. She was near; he would have to … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: The Angst of Darla James

Mickey Dolone hated being called little. None of his classmates took him seriously, though he’d been sleuthing since the 6th grade. His office was a makeshift area in the tool shed out back. He heard a knock at the door. … Continue reading

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