Monthly Archives: October 2015

I’m Here to See Wendy

“I’m here to see Wendy.” Sounds pretty innocent, doesn’t it? Shows what you know. I don’t know how I knew it, but I did, from a very early age. Somebody must have told me. Over at that combo gas station/taco … Continue reading

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The Music

“Can you hear it!? Can’t you hear it!?” the old man would cry to anyone who crossed his path. He was a staple of the town, a part of the local flavor, a landmark even. Sure he scared some people, … Continue reading

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Operation Caesar’s Folly (Part VIII)

Garrett knew how he’d like to attack the Fliege. On a perfect day, he’d approach from right behind the tail, it had the worst vision there. He could zip in, toss a proper, cathartically sized bomb, and the thing would … Continue reading

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Sarah

Sarah was running. Technically she was ‘running away,’ but there was no ‘away.’ Not really. Sarah had finally started to understand that. It had started after she’d seen that boy from school kill one of those dogs. She’d been up late … Continue reading

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