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Deep Space Fontaine

Deep Space Fontaine #Reflection

Deep Space Fontaine I was having one of those moments where I was certain what I wanted to talk about this week. It never really works that way right. Cause wouldn’t you know I ended up getting side tracked and something else is going to come out of the thoughts …

Splintered Blade of the Red Savior

Splintered Blade of the Red Savior

Sorry about this. Ran into a bit of a snag on the back end of the site so won’t be able to get anything new up in a timely manner today. This blast from the past originally posted on August 18, 2014. I just realized that it is now almost …

Second Time Around

Second Time Around #reflection

Second Time Around This started for me a long time ago. I’m not old enough to have been alive when the original Star Trek aired on network television. But that didn’t stop me from seeing pretty much every episode. For a long time, one of the channels played the episodes …

Easy Peasy hit

Easy Peasy Hit #cyberpunk

Starting to get back on track again. Here we go with the 2nd installment of The Nothing’s Child. As we work through the story sections the links below will be our guides to where we have been and allow easy access to catch up with the whole mess. Section 1 …

Shards of Glass

Shards of Glass #scifi

This week has gone nothing like what was set in my mind. I apologize in advance, but I am going to going with another blast from the past. This time from June 30, 2014. I should be back to regular stories and such next week. Shards of Glass Trillin adjusted …

what the highway prefers

What the Highway Prefers

I am running into some real world issues this week that will be keeping me away from the site. This story wasn’t my first choice for the week but it is what I need to do right now. Yep, this is a blast from the past originally posted August 4, …

Letters to Hyacinth

Letters to Hyacinth

Letters to Hyacinth “Read it again daddy,” Little Sara squealed. She nearly bounced from the divan in her excitement. Ariala hid behind her kerchief as she whispered encouragement to her sister. But Hyacinth, with a deep frown, glared at her father and his brazen attempt to excite the girls so …

Dr. Killian's Portable Ray

Dr. Killian’s Portable Ray

Every month Michael Brooks from The Cult of Me, hosts a flash fiction contest. We are given a picture as a prompt and have 500 words in any genre to tell a story. Top stories win some cold hard cash (just the right incentive for starving artists). There is still …

The Barn

The Barn

So the past couple weeks have been strange. That is probably an understatement. After all the fun of last week, I have been fighting through a cold given to me by the child who is being poked and prodded on a regular basis. A cold, you say, that doesn’t sound …