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Cold Storage – Kindle Edition

The complete short story is available on Amazon as a Kindle edition. (temporarily unavailable) Update: Short story is now included as a bonus chapter in “Todd and the Squid People” available on Amazon kindle. Advertisements

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Siren Sea

Much of the planet was still recovering. History books were only now being rewritten, much of their content being drawn from the oral history passed down from one generation to the next. Along the way, some stories grew out of … Continue reading

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Scavenger Hunt

The Factory The building had been abandoned for twenty years. Nature had claimed much of the grounds on which it stood. Dahlia liked exploring old buildings. Sometimes she found interesting stuff there – old photographs, timesheets, accounting books, and other … Continue reading

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Cold Storage – 1

Confrontation Gaia Wald was not looking forward to her meeting with Speaker Herald Law. When the highest planetary official requests your presence in the Council Chamber, it means serious business. If only it were business, the Antarctic could climb out … Continue reading

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Remnant has a new home

If you are following my blog because you are interested in Remnant and any other science fiction stories that I may write, you will need to follow my sci-fi and fantasy blog here: http://randommessagesfromthefuture.wordpress.com/ I apologise for the inconvenience to … Continue reading

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Looking for more sci-fi?

All future sci-fi posts will be made exclusively to my other blog Random Messages from the Future. It is also a wordpress.com blog (because I like it here). I’ve changed my mind (sue me if you want, you won’t win … Continue reading

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