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A short story.

Pizza?

He stared into the mirror, and noticed his haggard, stubble faced self staring back out of it. I wonder if I should get pizza for lunch today? he thought. Pizza is tasty, full of pepperoni, cheesy saucy goodness. It is … Continue reading

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Sure’s Shootin’

A sneer was permanently etched into his face, or so it seemed in the semi darkness. He slammed back a slug, then slammed down the shot glass. It rattled the seven next to it. He didn’t blink. “Your turn, baby … Continue reading

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Lumberfield Lager

Lloyd was a dwarf. Like most dwarves, aside from gold and jewels and mining, Lloyd loved a good lager after work. Nothing smoothed the dust coated throat like a rich, golden lager. Usually dwarves all ascended from the mines and … Continue reading

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Infiltrated!

Here I am, staring at my mortal enemy while calming eating a bowl of corn flakes. I sit mere inches from him, staring into his deadly eyes. I shovel another spoonful of food into my mouth, a bit of milk … Continue reading

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Do Remember (Part II)

“As I said, after reviewing all available data on the planet upon which I had landed, both the flight code and common sense told me to cloak my vessel and ensure its undetection by the local population. I did so. … Continue reading

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Do Remember (Part I)

“How do you justify your existence? Nay, do not answer straight away. I will clarify for those lower beings in the room:…” This was said with just a hint of sniggardly derision. “How do you, an officer of the law … Continue reading

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Monster

There is a monster in our closet. He is big, and blue, and has scales and two fiery eyes. He has sharp teeth and likes to eat kids. And then he likes to eat babies for dessert. Continue reading

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