Category Archives: Literary Musings

Poems, short stories and other works of fiction

Billboard

“It’s like something out of a bad comic book.” “What are you talking about?” “That,” she said pointing at the large billboard touting the latest ‘winning’ idea by the current dictator. “How did we let this idiot get into power?” … Continue reading

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Undying: At the Automat

Immortality has its drawbacks. The worst is the endless repetition, the constant déjà vu. And the lack of attachment to anything that breathes. Pets disappear in the blink of an eye. People grow old and die. You can either keep … Continue reading

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Ghost Cat

A little girl and her ghost cat fight crime in a city overrun with hooligans. Sally Young was six years old when she met Fancy. He was busy rummaging through the trash in a back alley looking for food. He … Continue reading

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Time Walker [9]

Inside Wren’s mind, she was not alone. She was walking on a strange world where even the sand had thoughts as she walked the dunes toward an emerald city. Beside her was a silvery snake whose girth equaled that of … Continue reading

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Ghost Cat [blurb]

A friend dropped a story idea. Should I run with it? Ghost Cat A little girl and her ghost cat fight crime in a city overrun with hooligans. Sally Young was six years old when she met Fancy. He was … Continue reading

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Time Walker [8]

Wren studied the box of inactive nanites that she had been given. They had since separated from each other and begun to retract in size. The small square metallic patch shimmered in the light as she examined it. A small … Continue reading

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Time Walker [7]

Arkyn left the pirate stronghold and followed Lassiter back to his boss. Her new nanites gave her near invisibility. Fortunately, humans lacked the visual acuity to detect the slight ultra-violet glow given off by the nanites in stealth mode. Derek … Continue reading

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