I dropped my keys when a whisper accompanied by a sudden cool breeze kissed the back of my neck...
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The call kept going. Seven minutes in, and we’d covered the fact that we were indeed on yet another call. Other topics, such as Carl’s vacation at his…
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The moving walkway was packed, and not a single person was walking. The crowd stared at the sky, the walls, the ground, and each other. Not a soul…
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“…so the goose waddles back into the bar and says, ‘all right, I’m down.’” Shane delivered the punchline with raised eyebrows and a smile like he’d won…
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The side of his wrinkled hand became ink-stained from working the newspaper crossword puzzle. It was one of a few he had left in the scratched and…
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“Silly, thinking back on it. Everybody freaking out.” The grizzled man flapped his newspaper as if performing a magic trick and laid it aside his…
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The angle that the train clacked forward up the mountain seemed impossible from any view. More so from the inside. She thought about how many times they…
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I was the only one disturbed, fascinated, and questioning. The other soldiers, tired of the day's training had laid near the fire like scattered…
The wind twisted smoke from the chimney of the cabin into swirls against the pale blue sky. He split a log with ease, then placed another...
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Hey there! In my "spare time" I write mostly sci-fi-ish, speculative fiction and will be testing out Substack for distribution. Along with short stories…
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