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2017-06-28 15:00
Tom looked from the seat to the dog a few times before turning around. It creeped him out when animals did that. Like the cat he used to have that would hiss at empty rooms before running ou… Read More
2017-06-22 20:12
“This sucks so much worse than I imagined it would,” Tom said. He looked down at his watch and sighed. “We’ve been here for three hours and nothing.” Harry didn… Read More
2017-06-15 20:25
The idea of the doppleganger ate away at Tom’s days. Minutes slipped by while he stared at his computer without any idea of what he was looking at. He would sit in the restroom looking… Read More
2017-05-31 15:04
Tom sat in his car for a moment considering the possibilities. He reached into his pocket and extracted the little note book that he kept his life in. The tiny journal was his personal rebel… Read More
2017-05-17 20:04
“Hey, can you check something for me?” Sarah looked up from her monitor and smiled at Tom. “Sure.” Tom leaned his elbows on the counter and looked Sarah in the eyes… Read More
2017-05-10 15:09
Each tiny foot made a soft sound as it touched down on the rough industrial carpet that filled the office. She could hear them since her ear was pressed against the door, but only if Rayanne… Read More
2017-05-03 15:00
There had been all sorts of signs and warnings that shit was about to go sideways. People disappearing and then a bunch of bodies being found in a fire. Dead animals and lights in the skies… Read More
2017-05-02 19:13
Just wanted to take a line or two and let you all know that I have a new piece appearing in the issue number 32 of The Sirens Call. You can get a copy at http://www.sirenscallpublicatio… Read More
2017-04-27 18:19
After the invention of the memory jar, a lot of people believed that it would give everyone the equivalent of a photographic memory. In a way it did, but not how they thought. The jar is sim… Read More
2017-04-20 03:00
I always thought I was clever. I figured out how to get things free and how to get in when I wasn’t supposed to. I did things I shouldn’t, but wasn’t the one who got caught… Read More

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