Monthly Archives: November 2013

Loose Threads

This story won the November r/fantasywriters challenge. Zeke locked his truck. “You’re not going to bring the metal detector?” “If I need it.” Casey trudged across the road, resting her shovel on her shoulder. She stopped in front of the … Continue reading

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Rethinking This Blog

I know I haven’t updated for a few weeks. It’s not lack of motivation that has been the problem, nor lack of topics. (I have a file where I brainstorm entry ideas, and I treat the brainstorming itself as a … Continue reading

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At the Coquitlam facility, they let the clones stay up until 9.

A short story based on this contest/writing prompt. A bit silly, but a lot of fun. “I know, I know, it sounds like a good deal on paper. Job security for life? Three square meals? Room and board? Plus, you’ve … Continue reading

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