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The Rats: A Drabble

(Chuck Wendig’s flash fiction challenge this week is to write a drabble — a story in precisely 100 words. Here’s mine, again written straight off the top of my head.) The rats are on the run again. It’s the third … Continue reading

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Jesus Is Here

(I’ve not posted much fiction here for a while, as my fiction-writing has mostly been for the second novel, which is slower going as it’s required a lot of research. So I thought I’d take up Chuck Wendig’s latest flash … Continue reading

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Brood-Mother Knows Best

No, I told you before, you can’t invade the Earth until you’re seventeen. I don’t care if all your friends are doing it. If all your friends were getting their third eyes removed, would you do that too? No, I … Continue reading

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Guys And Dholes

Since I still have no home net access, I’ve decided to use my lunch break to post this tribute to two very different writers, since I can’t submit it to any more markets for a while. GUYS AND DHOLES ┬áby … Continue reading

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Rite Of Passage: A Short Story

I may put this one up on Kindle/Smashwords tomorrow, but I’m too tired to post it to those sites now. Incidentally, DailySF turned this down because they’d just purchased another story that was quite similar, so if you see something … Continue reading

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